Delegation: 4 Steps to Improve [part 2]

Delegation: Steps 3 and 4. Once you’ve decided what to delegate and have used my questions to improve how you delegate, there are 2 more steps. [Miss the first blog? It’s here.] #3 After delegation  Back away ….yet watch closely….

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Tedious Tasks: How to Get Them Done More Easily

What do you think of when you read “tedious tasks?” We all have our strengths, and the tedious tasks usually are not a strength or we are avoiding them or they are somehow emotional and we don’t realize it yet….

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next chapters Pema Chodron

Next Chapters: Where to Start

There’s a gaping hole in your life because of a big event:  a career change, a significant health or mental health diagnosis, the end of a relationship,  or your adult children are fully on their own. You know you need…

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school transitions

Transition from Summer to Fall: 4 Tips to Get Everyone Organized.

School transitions: We don’t want summertime to end …. and at the same time, back to school season means an easier, more predictable schedule. Even if we are not a parent; we work with parents, we babysit grandchildren for their…

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Prioritize Your Work: Why so difficult? What to do differently.

It’s sounds like a simple, analytical sort of exercise, yet it is a challenge for many people. And not for the reasons you’re probably thinking. I’ve got for you today [Oh, that just sounded like the chefs on  Chops!] …….

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Are You Trying to be a Hero?

One of my family heroes died in January. A true hero of character and someone who honestly lived his values. Because I process by talking or writing, this got me thinking about the word “hero.” Sometimes, it’s a real positive,…

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