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Wednesday LIVE with Evie #22 What’s on your “when I have more time” list? What would it take for you to make “more time”? What would need to change? These aren’t rhetorical questions. They’re the questions that will help you create more time each week. We went over why those questions are important and the … <a href="http://oneinsightcloser.com/blog/creating-more-time">Continue reading <span>Creating More Time</span></a>

Creating More Time

Wednesday LIVE with Evie #22 What’s on your “when I have more time” list? What would it take for you to make “more time”? What would need to change? These aren’t rhetorical questions. They’re the questions that will help you create more time each week. We went over why those questions are important and the […]

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Often in the world of productivity, we get really caught up in the things that have to get done. And the things we like to do or want to do get left on the sideline, waiting for us to have the ever elusive “more time.” And the search for (or waiting for) “more time” might feel a … <a href="http://oneinsightcloser.com/blog/6385">Continue reading <span>The ever elusive “more time”</span></a>

The ever elusive “more time”

Often in the world of productivity, we get really caught up in the things that have to get done. And the things we like to do or want to do get left on the sideline, waiting for us to have the ever elusive “more time.” And the search for (or waiting for) “more time” might feel a […]

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This weekend I learned a new word: muga (pronounced moo-ga). It’s the Kimeru (spoken by the Meru in Kenya) word for hello. I’m told that the more literal translation is “you have permission to speak.” And what it does is create a space for conversation. I found the whole concept really interesting. I love that fact that when … <a href="http://oneinsightcloser.com/blog/changing-the-scenery">Continue reading <span>Changing the scenery</span></a>

Changing the scenery

This weekend I learned a new word: muga (pronounced moo-ga). It’s the Kimeru (spoken by the Meru in Kenya) word for hello. I’m told that the more literal translation is “you have permission to speak.” And what it does is create a space for conversation. I found the whole concept really interesting. I love that fact that when […]

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My desk is a mess

I’m looking at my desk and I think I need to clean it off. My desk is big. My husband made it for himself 10+ years ago when we shared this room as a home office (when neither of us worked from home). He made it specifically to be as long as it could be […]

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As I was thinking about what I would write about this week, I remembered some conversations I’ve had with a couple different friends about networking – and the frustration with it sometimes. AND I remembered how BAD at it I was when I started. Now, I consider how bad I was as a bit of … <a href="http://oneinsightcloser.com/blog/networking-productively">Continue reading <span>Networking Productively</span></a>

Networking Productively

As I was thinking about what I would write about this week, I remembered some conversations I’ve had with a couple different friends about networking – and the frustration with it sometimes. AND I remembered how BAD at it I was when I started. Now, I consider how bad I was as a bit of […]

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Last week I shared my “to-do list system” (if you missed it or want to read it again you can find it here). This week, as the subject line suggests, I’m sharing how to create your current “Ideal Week.” I say “current” because sometimes when people talk about “ideal weeks” they’re talking about how things will look and feel when you hit that goal or are “where you want to be.” What I mean for Ideal Week is, how you’d … <a href="http://oneinsightcloser.com/blog/creating-your-current-ideal-week">Continue reading <span>→</span></a><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/oneinsightcloser/ZpJu/~4/XHZ8lPBFea0" height="1" width="1" alt="">

Creating your current IDEAL WEEK

Last week I shared my “to-do list system” (if you missed it or want to read it again you can find it here). This week, as the subject line suggests, I’m sharing how to create your current “Ideal Week.” I say “current” because sometimes when people talk about “ideal weeks” they’re talking about how things […]

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