Category Archives: Mindset

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

Otherwise known as, “I can’t freaking hear myself think!” Information overload, including too many choices, makes our brains considerably LESS functional. It actually affects our ability to make creative, smart, or successful decisions. The information overload is NOISE and

During a coaching conversation with my client David recently, he mentioned several times how he wished he had time to do this or that. “All the administrivia is eating up my day. If I could just find time to

Ben thinks about his business a lot. In the car while he’s driving. Sitting at his desk, staring out the window. He thinks while he reads inspiring books by 37Signals, Seth Godin, or Guy Kawasaki. Ben even thinks sometimes

Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, Trash it, change it, mail – upgrade it, Charge it, pawn it, zoom it, press it, Snap it, work it, quick – erase it, Write it, cut it, paste it, save

I know Thanksgiving has officially passed, but many of us are celebrating other holidays this time of year (Hanukkah, Kwanza, Christmas, New Year’s). Take a few moments today to adopt an attitude of gratitude. Be grateful for the money

One of my new favorite quotes is from Henry David Thoreau. ‎ “He enjoys true leisure who has time to improve his soul’s estate.” On this quiet winter Saturday, improve your soul by taking time to enjoy your leisure.

In an entrepreneur’s quest to find clarity and get out of overwhelm, I find that many of them are asking the wrong questions. Rather than asking, “How can I fit this extra task or project into my already busy