motivation and momentum

Motivation vs. Momentum

Forget motivation. Think “momentum.” I’ve borrowed this phrase from my work with clients who have ADHD, a brain based condition, because it can work for a lot of us these days, ADHD or not. Motivation comes from us internally. That…

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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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sleep time

5 Ways to Quickly Get Your Day Under Control

Remember a day recently, when you felt completely overwhelmed? Maybe it started out well, but as you looked over your work to be done, wow. There’s so MUCH on your list that you’d rather walk out the door and leave…

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anti distractions-shared office space

Work Away from Home: A Cure for Home Office Distractions

You leave your home office, walk out to the kitchen and pick up the coffee mug from breakfast on the way. You decide to wash the mug, and a few other dishes. Then you remember you’d tossed the clothes in…

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tidy up your list - create mental bandwidth

Make the Daunting Feel Doable: Tidy Up Your List

What happens when your list feels so long that you simply want to turn away? You’d have time to work on projects you excel at. You’d leave your office on time, with a clear head. Be mentally present as you…

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time management-wearing many hats

Unravel Your Time Management Challenges

Working in a corporate environment, I had to use the time management and task management tools which the company dictated, such as LotusNotes, Outlook, paper planner pads, and Microsoft Project. Now in my second career as a business owner, I…

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