Back in September I had a great time meeting again with Chris Cebollero over at the Ultimate Leadership Podcast. We talked about how to have realistic expectations with out time and also talked about some tips on organizing our time. To hear us talk about shifting from stress and overwhelm to feelings of peace and relaxation head over to the podcast: How to Have Realistic Expectations for Your Time with Elizabeth Grace… Continue reading
Are You Aligned With Your Priorities and Passion?
"Super charged" is the best way to describe my learning over the last few months as I've been stretching both personally and professionally. One of the interesting things about outward growth is that it requires internal growth to manage all… Continue reading
Harvard Business Review: Going on Vacation Doesn’t Have to Stress You Out at Work
With summer here and most of us heading off on vacation, most of us are looking forward to it... or dreading it. Check out my article at Harvard Business Review "Going on Vacation Doesn't Have to Stress You Out at… Continue reading
Planning the “silly everyday things”
I love hearing from readers about how they're learning to overcome their time investment challenges... With her permission, I'm sharing Gaia's insight about the process she uses to have realistic expectations of how many activities can actually fit in a… Continue reading
What’s the Cost?
It's easy to put off changing... when areas that need improvement only affect you. But what about when they start having a negative impact on those around you? What's the cost of... Stressing out your co-workers because you can't deliver… Continue reading
How to Not Get Frustrated When Projects Take Longer Than Expected
This past weekend, I got SO excited about the fact that I had open time in my schedule and could tackle some small house projects. I was thinking about repairing a pillow, organizing some shelves, and doing a deep cleaning… Continue reading
Simple, Powerful Secret to Reduce Stress
Life rarely perfectly follows a plan. But that doesn't mean that you should just give up and not make a plan. It means that you should embrace a realistic expectation of what planning can and can not do for you:… Continue reading
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