Don’t you hate it… when you know you put a piece of information in the “Current” folder, but when you go to look on your hard disk, the folders are “Prospects,” “Clients,” and “Signed Up”? Wait, was it in Evernote?
What if you reclaim your connection to yourself FIRST, and give to your day from the overflow? Waking up to a flurry of “already behind” and vigilance for where to start fire-fighting mode throws off your connection to yourself for
Calendar management brings us face-to-face with our relationship with Time. Just like a money mindset, your time mindset can unconsciously sabotage everything you do. While my time mindset course is still in the works, I want to share this quick
Don’t Create with Your Mind Full This is one of the biggest needs I see among today’s business-women—how to keep track of everything while giving attention to what matters most. So let’s dive deeper … First you need a digital to-do
I asked her, “Where is your mom’s phone number?” “In my phone.” “And where is the email address for your top client?” “In my email program.” “So where is the phone number for your top client?” I asked. She paused.
Every time you go in to “do” something in your business, start documenting your steps. First, and especially for things you do only occasionally, it means you don’t have to remember the steps or figure them out again every time