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Lists, Redefined

Who likes to make a list? Checking off feels good but making the list? Not so much. The list is too big, long, overwhelming. Or it gets lost, isn’t used except in a crisis, has too many tasks on it…

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20 Ways to Engage Your Brain and Get Started!

You’ve stared at that project on your list for days, weeks even. Looming large, the project drains energy, reminds you daily of something you “haven’t yet done – once again!”  But getting your brain engaged to get started? Not happening. Here…

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Procrastination: Where to Start? [A Blog Series]

Do you procrastinate when you don’t know where to start? Whether it’s a project, conversation or decision, my 5 suggestions today are to help with: Procrastination Cause #2: The Project/Task/Decision Looks Too Big or Too Vague.    Step #1: What…

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Flexible Time Management: Psychology

Flexible To Do Lists: This is another of my practical strategies series, with this topic being flexibility in one`s time management. Each post will have a different set of practical strategies and questions for practice. Today’s post is about your…

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Organizing for a New Volunteer Role: Your Checklist

You’re working full time or own your business and you’ve decided to volunteer in one of your industry associations. What do you need to think about, to do your best at both, not burnout, and know you’ve made a difference…

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Email Overload at Home

Email overload. How can we realistically save, remember, feel like we get meaning from, and not delete what we know we’ll want to find again someday. And THEN, that spicket or fountain opens up again tomorrow and there’s MORE flowing…

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