I know you say it. I know I catch myself my saying it, even though it’s one of my pet peeves: “I’m so busy!” Part of my Make Some Room Manifesto contains “bad words.” The part of my Manifesto
How many times have you left the house and realized you forgot something? Or how many times have you searched high and low for something and wasted 10, 20, or even 45 minutes looking for it? Today in 31
Over the past couple weeks in social media land, I asked for specifics about where you are struggling with organization, time management, and/or prioritization so I could speak directly to your issues during our 31 Days of Organizing together.
A client of mine tried to introduce me to his team recently. And he said, “I don’t know what to call you because you won’t tell me.” I’ve had this problem for several years. It started in 2011 when
How long have you been in business? A few months? A few years? A few decades? If you’ve been in business more than a few years, I have a question for you: When was the last time you scheduled
In high school, I took up the very unusual hobby of wood carving. After school each Thursday, I would join about 15 men (most of them over age 60) to practice the art of making stuff out of wood.
It’s been about a month since I wrote last. I had a perfect storm of health issues, family issues, and energy issues. Plus, add on moving and getting married this year and I was tapped out. Other than working
Last week, I spoke to 150 professionals at a large corporation about organization and personal effectiveness. Their questions were telling of the times we live in: How do I manage my email overwhelm? How do I even find time
I was sitting at Panera reading yesterday morning. It’s a habit of mine to find time each week to read a magazine or a book that has a business or philosphical focus. Helps my brain get out of “scanning”
There’s a dude named Jonathan Fields who is one of my heroes. He started a series of video interviews called Good Life Project. If you haven’t heard of Jonathan or seen any of the Good Life Project interviews, you