I’ve been hearing the word “stuck” from an awful lot of people lately, as many feel we are now “stuck at home” as a consequence of the coronavirus. I can tell you that “stuck” in not an environment or a location, but a mindset.
Ever experience mental anguish over not getting to important tasks on your to do list? Gain some insight into one golden list item you may be missing.
Do you often feel like you’re running out of juice? Thinking of energy like a bank account can be helpful for balancing your life and career. Let me offer some suggestions for keeping your energy bank account in the black.
If you’re feeling stuck or uninspired, chances are you are perpetuating the feeling with your language. Being aware of this one simple word (and why not to use it) can help get you unstuck and moving in the right direction.
What do you want to get out of this time? Today, I’m discussing these challenging and creative times in my interview on The Creativity Coach Podcast about ways we can tap into our creative thinking to move through this with more intention.
There are lots of reasons why fear and panic can wreak havoc on our productivity, not to mention our health. Tune in to this nugget for some compelling reasons to avoid this pitfall of the mind.
Trying to squeeze yourself into a prescribed productivity system is a recipe for misery. Glean some helpful ways of avoiding a lot of frustration on the path to constructing a productivity system that brings you joy and satisfaction.
Do you take on too much in an effort to prove how valuable and capable you are? If so, you may be inadvertently doing the opposite. Let me suggest a different way of approaching your daily tasks and list items that may be more realistic and effective.
It’s a new year! If you feel you’re off to a slower start than you had hoped for, take some encouragement here and learn why that may be the case.