Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Breanne Dyck. It didn’t look nearly so tall when I was standing on the ground. But there I was, perched precariously at the top of a 40-foot telephone pole. My feet resting on two metal loops, as I contemplated my next move. They called it the Leap … [Read more...] about The 4 Steps You Need to “Get Over” Your Fear
Finishing my book has taught me a lot about writing and blogging. The most important lesson is that I love writing and that my days are best when I've done some deep writing. This is partially because writing helps me get clear about what I think and settles the chaos in my own inner landscape, so I … [Read more...] about What Finishing My Book Taught Me About My Demotivation to Blog
Yes, I know it’s almost mid-February. I also know that many people are still trying to plan so they can have a productive year — which is why I’m pushing this out now. Published beyond the onslaught of the numerous posts and articles you’ve bookmarked to come back to “soon,” this one should be … [Read more...] about 3 Questions to Help You Prepare for a Productive Year
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Nancy Seibel. Even with the clearest of goals and intentions, I find that it’s all too easy to get distracted and end up accomplishing very little. So many things can scatter my attention. Taking on more than I can readily handle. Juggling competing … [Read more...] about 7 Ways to Start Writing to Improve Your Productivity
Editor's note: This is a guest post by Danielle LaSusa PhD. It was hopeless. I was a fraud, an imposter. And I had the evidence all around me. Like, literally. I was sitting in it — slumped on the floor, encircled by a dozen, splayed open, unread books. Pages of black typeset stared up at me. … [Read more...] about Do You Need to Set a Timer to Solve Your Work Problem?
The free planners for February are now available on the Free Planners page! The shortest month of the year can sometimes feel like the longest. The excitement of the holidays is long gone, and the anticipation of longer days and warmer temps (for us in the Northern Hemisphere and, particularly … [Read more...] about The Free Planners for February 2019 Are Available from Productive Flourishing
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jacquette M. Timmons. We are almost four weeks into the new year. This is the time of the year that tends to bring about a renewed energy, excitement, and sense of self-empowerment. These are otherwise known as a few of the key ingredients needed to bring … [Read more...] about How to See Tedium as Valuable
Editor's note: This is a guest post by Mike Ambassador Bruny. There is an interesting dynamic that can exist between leaders and those they lead. Many employees complain about their leaders, and many leaders complain about their employees. Having been in both roles and received training in … [Read more...] about How Empathy Can Build Better Workplace Relationships
Recently, one of our big fans of the Digital Momentum Planner Pack, Chris Why, emailed me after buying and receiving his new hardback Momentum Planner. He wanted to know what added-value the hardback planner would give him over the digital ones he already uses. I so appreciated his question. It … [Read more...] about 6 Ways the Hardback Momentum Planner Can Improve Your Productivity
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jenn Labin. A year ago, I shared the process my family uses for our weekly scrum. I described how scrum changed the way we communicate and how our productivity improved. I also noted how important it is to examine your process and iterate or evolve as … [Read more...] about New Year, New You: Do You Need to Refine Your Family Scrum?
The free planners for January are now available on the Free Planners page! Take a deep breath... and then let go everything you held on to in 2018. The start of a new year no doubt allows us the space to begin again. You may even feel uncertain about what to begin, if anything, and that’s okay. … [Read more...] about The Free Planners for January 2019 Are Available from Productive Flourishing
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Yvonne Ator, MD, MPH. “Oh shoot! The power’s out!” Shame washed over me as I realized what had happened. My electricity had been disconnected because I didn’t pay the power bill. It was yet another reminder that “I don’t have my iSht together,” as the … [Read more...] about 10 Easy Ways to Keep Going When You’re F.L.A.T.