Promoting an upcoming book is a full-time job, running a business is a full-time job, taking care of the home and family is a full-time job, and getting ready for the holidays is a full-time job. Argh! Maybe I should have called this post "time management." Here is my three-step approach:
1. Prioritize and do the most important stuff first.
2. Stay productive even if I think the block of time I have is too small (5-10 minutes, sometimes).
3. Turn piles into files as fast as I can to stay organized.
What do you think? What do you do when you have 48 hours of stuff to get done in a 24 hour day?
Breast cancer survivor and clutter clearing author learns to walk her talk
Clutter clearing cancer coping author and motivational speaker We can learn to live our priorities fully (and not just surviving or getting by on a day to day basis) by clearing out the distractions and focusing on what is important to each of us, our families, and our lives. Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools: We'll get you through this by Barbara Tako, two-time cancer survivor and published author and motivational speaker on the topic of clutter clearing. For updates on this new book, click here.