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Plan One Big Project a Week

I’ve experienced both being driven and drifting, and I much prefer planning my week around my priorities. Continue reading

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Reviewing Your Month

Why would I want to do a monthly review? I don’t know. Maybe just to be sure that there are meaningful things going on in my life all the time. Maybe to remember things of importance that slip the fragile memory. Maybe to give more weight to things that are really the most important but have a tendency to take a back seat to the more “glamorous” or more emotional memories. Continue reading

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Creativity, Habits, Hacks for Successful Resolutions

I like to pass on to my readers good posts/articles that have helped me in some way, and I also enjoy the opportunity to “put in my two bits” on a given subject. Continue reading

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Three Productivity Strategies That Work

I pinpointed that my issue of “spinning my wheels” was due to my wandering mind; I was not focusing. I determined that I was going to start my day with a different mindset: I was going to focus on focusing! My strategy was three-pronged. Continue reading

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Setting the Stage for Productivity

I started a new experiment to gain control over my mornings, to complete my most important things (MITs) in a timely, but productive manner, and then to start chopping away at my remaining to-do list shortly thereafter. Since this was always my intention, I knew I needed to shake things up a bit, I needed to do something different. Obviously, my current methods were not working. Continue reading

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Tweaking Your Goals for Greater Effectiveness

Are you more likely to make “tweaks” to your goals when they are not working out as you planned or hoped, or do you drop them altogether? Continue reading

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Summary of the Old, Intro of the New

Just realizing once again how quickly life passes is all the more incentive to make the most of it. One way that I “make the most of life” is to write this blog and connect with you, my readers. Another way is to become the best human that I can be, which is where the 30-day challenges come into play. Continue reading

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