Ever hear the saying, “You have to say No to some things so you can say Yes to others?” You can use a brain dump list to determine what your priorities are.
Part of letting go of the overwhelm is realizing you can’t do it all. One important use of a brain dump is to gain clarity on which items are yours and which ones you can hand off to someone else.
If you can’t see what you are thinking, you can’t organize or manage your thoughts. That's why a Brain Dump is so useful.
For the last few months, I've turned my grief and anxiety of my daughter going to college inward to achieve my goals. It's amazing when everything clicks.
I know I'm not alone when I say that my digital files are a clutter bomb in my life. Truth is digital clutter is still clutter and all clutter comes with a price.
Doing for my clients versus doing for myself is a whole learning curve on it's own.
Do you ever have one of those days when no matter how hard you try, everything you do feels like wading through quicksand, your head is fuzzy, your movements sluggish, and your energy is so low you might as well go back to sleep?
Intentions Create Directions. Are you letting your intentions guide you or something else?
The first step of any new journey can be scary, but it doesn't have to be. Start where you, use what you have.
Why do I make everything so hard? Is it really or am I making it harder than it has to be?