Have you ever noticed that it’s often times the small things that occupy and drain much of our time and energy? It’s those subtle things that unassumingly pile up – the lightbulb that needs to be replaced or the dress that needs to be returned or the parking ticket that needs to be paid or the call that needs to be answered – that often nag at us and take up more and more psychic space the longer they remain uncompleted.
Here’s an example of what I mean: Recently, I was working with one of my clients on making her workday more efficient. She was having a lot of trouble meeting deadlines and returning all of her emails for her small business. When we took a closer look at some of the sources of her workday inefficiency, READ MORE