Category Archives: Mindset


If you google the word “productivity” you’ll get a gazzillion pages of advice. Interestingly, though, I found that the secret to being very productive isn’t on many of those pages. In fact, it isn’t about doing more, better –


You might be shaking your head and asking yourself, “What the heck does my subconscious have to do with getting organized?’ Isn’t getting organized about matching folders, neat labels, keeping like with like, and having a clean desktop? Doesn’t


You want the next tip or idea on how to get organized. You want ways to make your life easier, to be more productive, or to simply stop procrastinating and “get things done.” May I suggest a better use


Seriously, I hate technology! I know it’s supposed to make our lives easier, but I find it makes things more complicated. All things in moderation. I love my label maker and it definitely servers a purpose, but perfect labels


Holy carps. It’s hot right now. People seem exceedingly cranky, easily irritated, and kind of frantic. Or maybe it’s just me. 😉 I’m talking with a lot of small business owners and solopreneurs these days. They (we?) all seem


Ok, well not MY business specifically, but definitely the services I provide. You can read the whole post by Seth here. In a nutshell, he says, “Go find a geek. Someone who understands gmail, Outlook, Excel and other basic


“I’m in a hurry to get things done…I rush and rush until life’s no fun. All I really gotta do is live and die…I’m in a hurry and don’t know why.” You know the song – and I bet


The endless chatter fills our head, drowns our hearts, and starves our souls. We can’t concentrate on any one thing because dozens of thoughts steal our focus. What are the causes of Monkey Mind? Who knows. It could be


During a recent teleclass with some awesome virtual assistants from AssistU, time management guru and VA Amy Thill began discussing how important it is to include self-care in your routine. The more she talked about the benefits of self-care,


Doesn’t time management sometimes feel like trying to hold onto a bucking bronco or trying to grab a greased pig? One minute you think you’re holding on tight, in control, and winning…the next you’re flying through the air and