Positive Self-Talk is a Powerful Time-Saver

Positive self-talk is one of the most powerful gifts you can give yourself — ever. And the good news is that positive self-talk is a gift you can give over and over – as often as you like. When it comes to boosting energy and confidence, there’s nothing better.  But have you ever thought about…

Your Inner Critic Needs to Go – 1 Big Fact and 3 Timely Tips!

Everyone has an Inner Critic. It’s an internal voice that I struggle with as much as the next person. So here’s the first thing I want to tell you: Your Inner Critic has NOTHING useful to say to you. That’s so important that I want to repeat it (and I hope you’ll click to tweet…

Inner Critic Got Your Ear? Quiet That Voice Now!

The voice of your Inner Critic is one of the most destructive voices you’ll ever hear. We all have that voice inside – and I’ve got practical ideas that really work, when it comes to quieting the cacophony!

Procrastination Prison-What is Keeping You Trapped?

Procrastination is a prison built out of denial, delay, frustration and failure. But you don’t have to stay stuck there. It may feel like a prison – but in reality, you ALWAYS have the key right in your hand! Overcoming procrastination requires more than efficiency tools. You need to go deeper to get at the roots of…

To-Do Lists Help You Find Treasures of Time!

Let’s re-think to-do lists today. Lots of people recoil or tune-out when they hear “to-do lists.” But when it comes to productivity and making the most of your time, these lists are practical, powerful tools. If you hate your to-do lists, lose them or never even start them, I want to help you learn how to 

Time and Talk – What You Say to Yourself Really Matters!

Time is precious and limited. The energy that you bring to your time affects how you experience it and how you use it. And going one step deeper — how you talk to yourself has a profound effect on your energy — and by 

Encouraging Words to Find Energy and Time

Encouraging words. Early on, many of us learned how important they are from a little engine that could. “I think I can. I think I can.” Remember that? I’d actually offer a small, even more encouraging and affirmative edit to that statement: “I can and I will!”