Simon Sinek

Tidy or Messy? How it Relates to Social Media and People Skills.

Messy: The Power of Disorder is all about the balance of tidy and messy, yet NOT about our Things. Sherry Turkle’s book, Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age is filled with research about the younger generations’…

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2 Engaging Speakers. My Personal Notes. ICD Conference.

I could have been a perpetual student. That’s how engaging I find learning. I actually believe it is a way my brain stays focused and engaged, to have this habit of learning new things. As I’ve grown into this career,…

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5 Signs You Have A Full Plate

You have a full plate and you’re a little upset that you didn’t see it coming.  You’d rather see the “plate too full” train as it’s approaching, and NOT after it’s run over you. But you wonder: “How did I…

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money and adhd

Financial Clutter or “Stuff:” Highest Priority?

Decluttering priorities: Which makes more sense to start with:  finances and financial clutter or our regular, things and “stuff?” I hadn’t thought of this question before in quite this way, and it’s pertinent to decluttering projects to be sure. From…

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bill paying: start from where you are

Bill Paying Systems: 5 Steps to Create or Untangle Yours

Another “how to” post, part 2 of bill paying systems. I hope by now, you’ve answered the questions from my first blog post because they are crucial to setting up YOUR system, which fits how you think and work. I…

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bill paying - avoidance

Bill Paying Systems: How to Start

Bill paying systems: A reader asks  “Dear Sue: Do you have any suggestions on how to organize household bill paying? My husband does that now and I would like to come up to speed on it. I would like to…

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