One of the things that is inherent about responding, is that we did not give the situation or circumstance much thought before it happened. Goals are huge for me in all realms of my life and business. At the top of my vision board are the words that I have used to title this post “Set Goals. Make a Plan. Get Results.” For me this is so powerful because I do it long-term and short-term, as well as daily and for even small projects I am involved in.
As we continue on our journey of trying to stop responding and start being proactive. Last week we talked in more depth about how values play a part and today we will expand on how setting your priorities can make a huge difference.
This week let’s talk about the same three questions we had last week related to values. Why are they important, how do we set them, and where do they come into play with organization?
Why Priorities are so… Continue reading
In an attempt to expand on a blog post from two weeks ago Quit Responding, my intention is to write a post each week for the next 5 weeks about the 5 ways to take back control of your life.
Today I will focus on Values. I am sure a few of you might roll your eyes a little bit and sigh values again?? I know it may seem like… Continue reading
According to the National Soap and Detergent Association, getting rid of clutter would eliminate 40 percent of housework in the average home. That is such a shocking statistic to not share. I mean who would not want to eliminate 40% of their household work?!!?
There are so many benefits to this!
1) The lack of household work should be enough — who doesn’t hate picking up the house, dusting, and all of the other annoying nuances that we must take care of on a daily, weekly, monthly basis in our homes. The idea is pretty simple though… the less stuff… Continue reading