Category Archives: Productivity

Assessing and Planning around 5 Daily Success Habits

A great little source for inspirational articles and wisdom is found at www.thriveglobal.com Recently I saw “5 Daily Habits that Successful People Have” by Marcel Schwantes What a great article! You can read the full article here: https://www.thriveglobal.com/stories/27206-5-daily-habits-that-successful-people-have-which-most-of-us-probably-don-t?utm_source=Thrive&utm_medium=newsletter&mc_cid=cb0614e2d0&mc_eid=a294bc0f06 Main points were: You are successful because you surround yourself with successful people. You are successful because you…
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How to Increase Your Attention Span

Recently I saw this article on how the brain works and how to increase your attention span by Eric Barker. What a fantastic article. Here is the bottom-line quoted from the article: “how to increase your attention span: Stop multitasking: You wouldn’t try to lift 5000 pounds. Your body can’t do that. Don’t try to…
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Why Coaching / What to Coach On?

WHO? CXO’s, Owners, Entrepreneurs, Directors/Managers, Pastors, Leaders, Professionals, Home-based businesses WHAT? LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, PERSONAL PRODUCTIVITY, SMALL BUSINESS and GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT COACHING What do people coach on? How could it support me? Here are some examples of coaching agendas/priorities: COACHING FOR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (CXO’s, Owners, Entrepreneurs, Directors/Managers, Pastors, Leaders) I believe in getting perspective from a neutral source and having a sounding…
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The 10 Step Goal Process

What does it take to achieve your goals? There is a process we mentally go through when we set, plan and take action around our goals. At times we think it is just about setting the goal and then getting into action. We quickly find ourselves distracted and off track. This is common, especially when…
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What is “Prosperity” Thinking and How Do I Think That Way?

The Google dictionary definition for prosperity is “the state of being prosperous”.  Synonyms listed with the definition include profitability, affluence, wealth, opulence, luxury, the good life, milk and honey, (good) fortune, ease, plenty, comfort, security, well-being, for example, "she deserves all the prosperity she now enjoys." While the definitions and many in society use “prosperity”…
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Simple Self-care for Movers and Shakers

As busy business owners, leaders, and professionals (often with lives of work, volunteering, and family), it can be challenging to prioritize much less actually follow through when it comes to truly taking care of yourself. Sometimes this topic is blown off as a fluffy, feminine issue. However, while men don’t often get manicures or pedicures…
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What is Traction/EOS?

One of the most exciting stages of a business or life is when you experience TRACTION! To me, “traction” is when a person or business is in a forward moving state of activity and gaining momentum which supports solid and sustainable action and growth. In 2007, Gino Wickman wrote a book and well named it…
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What is EOS®? by Ryan Giles EOS® Implementer

EOS® changed my business, my family, and my life…really.  So what, you may ask, is EOS®?  EOS® is the Entrepreneurial Operating System®; a business operating system created in the 1990s by Gino Wickman.  Over the past 20 years, thousands of businesses leaders have been using EOS® to help them get what they want from their…
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3 Surefire Ways to Lose or Get Traction in Your Day!

One area business owners often come to coaching is a desire to get TRACTION in their personal and professional lives. We often have many demands on our time, energy and efforts and it can be challenging how to prioritize and get to everything that would like our attention. Before we look at getting traction, let’s…
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Those Who Set Goals Are More Successful

Many people get tired of the word “goals” and “resolutions”. They kind of roll their eyes at those who set goals, jaded by past experience.  Truth is, 80% of the populations never set goals and of the 20% who do, only 30% reach their goals.  (source: goal setting guide) The reason people DO set goals,…
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