Prioritization or Procrastination – It’s All In How You Feel

As a time liberator, I teach my clients that the only difference between prioritization and procrastination is how feel about it.  Both are making a decision to do one activity before another. When we feel bad, we call it procrastination.  When we feel good about it, we call it prioritization. When you feel bad, look […]

Maybe Having Goals Is Not So Important

The word goal can – and for many people has – become so much blah, blah, blah.  We know we should have them – everyone tells us so.  There are books, articles and webinars and tons of materials written on how to set and achieve goals.  Maybe you do have goals but, they generate more guilt than results.  Maybe you […]

Social Media Ambivalence

I am ambivalent about social media.  Makes sense.  I haven’t grown up with cell phone in my ear and texting my every thought.  I didn’t have a PC on my desk in my first bunch of jobs either.  YIKES!  The quote from The Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe explains a lot about my mixed feelings […]

2 Early Lessons I’ve Never Forgotten

If nothing else, starting a business is starting a journey of learning.  In my case, that was a good thing!  I love to learn – always have and always will.  Here are two things I learned early on that have served me well for more than 20 years. If a client is concerned about the cost, change […]

The Accidental Business

Since my goal for this blog is to share my journey and the lessons along the way, it makes sense to start at the beginning.  This is the how and why of my start as a business owner. The general thinking is that people who own businesses always dreamed of owning one until they succeeded.  The […]