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Protect More of Your Time

Do you feel as if you do “everything” for “everyone?” Most of us give away more than protect our time. When a business contact calls and asks you for a meeting or when you make a doctor’s appointment, we’re usually…

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ADHD Tax Prep Strategies

For people with ADD or ADHD, taxes and paperwork are the type of project that highlight what is difficult about having a brain difference like this. Taxes, paperwork, getting a meal ready, laundry, managing the day are all examples of…

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overwhelmed parent scheduling tips

Work-at-Home & Self-Employed Parents: Scheduling Tips

Work-at-home and self-employed parents sometimes need scheduling tips to save the week from chaos and constantly feeling overwhelmed or alone in the battle. You balance more than the rest of us in my coaching experience, because there is more you…

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Micro Managing: 6 Ways to Stop

It sounds risky, stressful, and perhaps confusing because so much could go wrong. But you know – or have been told – you’re micro managing. But how do you let go and stop this habit? Did you read my last…

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Delegation Not Working? 4 Steps to Improve What You’re Doing.

Delegation: You delegate. Fantastic. You free up time for something else you need to do, are the best at doing or have been wanting to do. You could never find the time before and maybe now you will ! Fantastic….

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Self-Employed? Family business? How to take time off – comfortably and without guilt.

If you’re self-employed or in a family business it’s hard to feel comfortable taking off days or a vacation. As we head towards the holidays and a new year, here is a list of ways to start to discuss the…

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