Archives for ‘Work/Life Balance’
What keeps me ahead of the curve? I start the day early. I wake up by 5 AM, often before, including weekends. This gives me uninterrupted time to knock out major action items for the day and to plan the rest. I also do my best thinking at this time of the day. On the [&hellip
If I remember to keep the clutter down, my practice runs more smoothly. Yours will to, so here are some tips to help you keep up with the clutter.
A career decision led to an epic office-cleaning that brought me face-to-face with a very uncomfortable truth: I was a hoarder. How did I decide what truly needed to be handed over to my successor?
When the doldrums descend during these winter months, try these methods to help curb the disastrous mental collision course that follows.
My response can’t be a full-on lifestyle change. I won’t stick with it. Change has to start slow, embedding new activities within my personal routines.
Now that I have this little gadget in my pocket, I park a little further away to get in a few extra steps, or I park on the third level of the garage because getting back to the car gets me three extra flights of stairs climbed.
We’re talking fitness and personal health this month. Me? I fell off the running wagon at the end of last year and haven’t had much success getting back on it. Problem: Didn’t buddy up. Solution: Clio Game On! Fitness Challenge.
Take a deep breath and see the real problem as fear of the unknown. Fear creates indecision and stress by preventing action. These three actions are essential to beat stress.
In this time when everybody is so concerned with wasteful government spending, the fact that so much of our government’s operations are paper-based astounds me.
A large project is coming to a close, and because of that, I’ve struggled with setting long term goals. I turned to my old stand by for guidance, a web-based goal tracking tool that I used a few years ago and then abandoned: Lifetick.