Category: Mindful Organization

Time is Not Created Equal

Funny, how many things I can find to do rather than sit down and write my blog. Does that ever happen to you? Maybe it’s not procrastination. Maybe it’s a time-state mismatch. Throughout the day, your energy and focus levels

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Befriending Time

Recently, Mark LeBlanc (coach and author of Growing Your Business) hit me over the head with this: “Time is not the enemy of your dreams.” Immediately, my contrary inner voice shouted: “Oh yeah, you don’t know my schedule,” and “I

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Getting Things Done, Again

I considered myself an organized person when I first read Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity ten years ago. In retrospect, I didn’t have a clue. Oh, I had systems, and quadrant prioritizing, and a color-coded DayTimer, but I

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Layering is Not Just for Sweaters

Maybe you can relate to this. Coaching with P, we saw a real disconnect between what she wished she were doing with her time and what her calendar demonstrated she was doing with her time.  This, we determined, was at

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