Books!, Time Management

Wildly Important

I finally finished Deep Work, by Cal Newport, and immediately started reading it again. I started it as soon as I finished because it was so chock full of amazing recommendations for how to employ deep work that I needed to read it again to make sure I absorbed everything. While I’ll give you an… Continue reading Wildly Important

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Important Learnings From My Evo Planners, Part Two

My summer was full of Important Learnings! I hope that some may resonate with you, too. I feel like some of these deserve either future conversations on my podcast or deeper dives as blog fodder. Let me know if any of these or the previous ones piqued your interest and if you'd like to hear… Continue reading Important Learnings From My Evo Planners, Part Two

Life Lately

Important Learnings From My Evo Planners, Part One

One of my time management tools I use it the Evo Planner. As you may know, I love personality tests, and the results of this one pointed me to a planner that matched my personality type. The Evo Planner has four different types, and mine (The Architect), has me review things I'm grateful for, make… Continue reading Important Learnings From My Evo Planners, Part One

Health & Wellness, Leadership, Time Management

#TimeforLove #ProductivityChallenge #PujaRocks

My dear friend, Puja, is a professional coach and had a February #TimeforLove #ProductivityChallenge going on with a group of women who were looking to carve more time out of their day to fill it with more important things. I joined in. Below are two posts I had to write based on the different challenges… Continue reading #TimeforLove #ProductivityChallenge #PujaRocks

Time Management

Franklin, Monkeys, and Seeing the Trees: Tips on Time Management

Right now, my to do list is so long that I have to scroll down my excel spreadsheet to see it all.  It’s a lot to keep track of, and sometimes my days consist of putting out fires and hot jobs that weren’t even on my to do list in the first place.  So when… Continue reading Franklin, Monkeys, and Seeing the Trees: Tips on Time Management