Breaking Through the Status Quo

Have you ever wanted to make a change but found it impossible to accomplish? One possible explanation is that change requires us to break through the status quo – the existing state or condition. This state is comfortable, familiar and already in place. Since we naturally gravitate to whatever course of action requires the least amount of

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Polly’s Snooze Button

Another morning, another struggle with the morning alarm. Anybody else have a love/hate relationship with the snooze button?

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Organizing Legos™

Legos™… the wonderful, colorful, creative toy that children love and parents struggle to contain. Who hasn’t been brought to tears by stepping on a Lego™ with bare feet? The variety of Lego™ kits, themes and pieces can seem daunting, and many people ask me how should they organize their Legos™. The answer is, “it depends.”

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The Magic Question

  Clutter is a universal problem. It accumulates at alarming speeds, often through no fault of our own. We want to clear it out, but never seem to have enough time. I’ve had clients tell me they wish they could, “snap their fingers and make it all vanish.” While clearing clutter isn’t hocus pocus, there

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Habits

Habits are powerful things. Good habits are assets that keep us on track and help us succeed. Bad habits, on the other hand, can be formidable enemies that undermine our attempts to make a change or improve our performance. Recently, I had the pleasure of appearing on Smead’s “Keeping You Organized” series. Host John Hunt and I

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