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A fabulous opportunity for personal growth

31 January 2012 | Comments [0] »

My friend and life coach Shannon Wilkinson is going to turn 45 in a little while. (Hard to believe when you look at that picture, isn’t it?) To put a positive spin on this milestone (which puts her into a different age group and jacks up her insurance rates), she’s doing a series of challenges related to the number 45. You can read all about it on her blog. In brief, between now and her birthday in mid-March, she’s exercising for 45 minutes, 45 times; she’s being still for 45 minutes, 45 times; she’s leaving 45 random love notes; and (here’s the part that could affect you), she’s offering to coach 45 people in 45-minute laser- coaching sessions for only $45.

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Joe's Goals

22 January 2009 | Comments [0] »

I’ve written here many times about Don’t Break the Chain, a website that has been effective in helping me establish some routines (like cleaning off my desk every night, blogging regularly and, now, making sure the top of my bureau stays clean).

But there’s another game in town I’d like to shine a light on. It’s Joe’s Goals, a free website that allows you to track your daily goals. I use it regularly as well, though for a few months I’d let it fall by the wayside.

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The R word

21 October 2008 | Comments [0] »

Sometimes I feel like a broken record when I write here (or in my newsletter) about the importance of routines. It’s just that I’m reminded very frequently about how much of an impact they can have on order, productivity and overall peace of mind.

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The morning rush

2 April 2008 | Comments [0] »

I’m a punctuality-challenged person. That’s not a great trait for a professional organizer. My clients have a reasonable expectation that I’ll arrive on time. And besides, it’s just good business to be respectful of your clients’ time.

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