Archive for 'Procrastination'

Time Saving Secrets of Successful Realtors: How to get it FREE

Time Saving SecretsYou may have noticed that I haven’t been posting blogs lately. That’s because I’ve been busy working on my latest book. I’m thrilled to announce that my new Kindle book, Time Saving Secrets of a Successful Realtors, is now available on Amazon. But here’s the really good news for you…

The eBook is free starting TODAY, June 11, and . . .

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Overwhelmed: When You Just Can’t Get Started

One of the most common organizing questions I get is “Where do I start”? The short answer is: it doesn’t really matter where you start; what’s important is that you just start. Once you get the ball rolling, the momentum will carry you, because getting started is truly the hardest part.

 

 

What gets in the way of getting started?

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How to make tough decisions easier – so you can stop tossing and turning and finally get to sleep.

Clutter is often just unmade decisions. See if you can relate to this… you’re not sure what to do with an item, so you put it on the first available flat surface … just for now. And in no time, there’s a pile of things spread all over the table, counter top or desk.

Unmade Decisions=Clutter

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Conquering Your To-Do List

How many times have you tripped over that mess by the front door? Is the drip, drip, drip of the bathroom faucet keeping you up night after night? What about that kitchen cupboard that never seems to stay closed? I don’t know about you, but I never seem to be completely free of those minor household irritations. I can . . .

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What’s getting in your way of getting things done?

 “Whenever there’s something I’m supposed to do, I’ll do anything other than the one thing that I’m supposed to do, and then I feel bad about myself, and then I get depressed, and then I really don’t get anything done ‘cause I’m depressed….”

–Ellen DeGeneres

Who hasn’t procrastinated at least once in their lives? We all do it, whether we realize it or not. Being an action-oriented person, I usually . . .

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