Deliberate Practice – Find Focus to Find Mastery!

Deliberate practice is a skill that allows you to make the most of your time.  It’s a path to mastery that we all can follow. And yet, it may come as news to many … as it did for Performance Psychologist Noa Kageyama, Ph.D.,

First Steps-Think Small for Sure Starts!

First steps:  You can’t start without them!  Not only that, but taking your first steps always helps overcome resistance and overwhelm when a big project has you stuck. But what do you do when first steps look daunting – or even dangerous?  How do you make 

Whiteboards: Productivity, Creativity and Communication with Conojo

Whiteboards offer a powerful venue for brainstorming and planning – especially when you are working in teams. But for whiteboards to be useful – at least up ’til now – you need to have your team all in the same place.  And then whatever you’ve created on 

Mind Mapping and Brainstorming-Powerful Time Tools

Mind Mapping and Brainstorming are powerful time management skills.  “What do mind mapping and brainstorming have to do with time management?” you ask. Well, I’d say that they both help with time management because they are such 

Evernote Apps: Intriguing New Time-Saving Tools

Evernote is a powerful on-line tool that helps with collecting, saving … and then finding … all sorts of things, from photos to articles to documents you create. You name it and Evernote gives you a place to put it (and then retrieve it when you need it).

Clutter Cramping Your Style? Start Small and Make Big Changes!

Clutter is something that we all have to deal with from time to time.  Whether it’s in your space, on your To-Do List, or in your mind and heart, clearing out that clutter is one of the surest ways I know of to decrease stress and increase your efficiency and effectiveness. 

Anger, Control, and Fear: Untangle the Knots to Find More Time!

Earlier this week I wrote about enlisting the power of gratitude to transform your anger into something manageable, creative and positive in your life. Today I’d like to dig a little deeper and explore the roots of anger. I find that they are similar, for many of us;