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Category Archives: Psychology of Organizing
More about organizing your writing life… #7. Create Boundaries and Focus You can lose your focus if you’re distracted. My writing experience has shown me that concentration demands a certain amount of peace and focus. What is your experience? Whatever … Continue reading
As a review and reminder, the strategies I’ve shared so far are #1. Take Time to Get Clear, #2. Read and Research, and #3. Plot Out Your Time Line and Communicate It. The next strategy is: #4. Have a Personal Action … Continue reading
The first step in organizing mindfully is to connect your heart with your head. Step One: Let go. Simplify. Reduce the Flow in. Ask yourself: Why am I keeping this item? Am I ready to let go? Do I really … Continue reading
I’m finishing writing the book, The Wilde Woman’s Guide to Organizing in Five Simple Steps. It’s about the Zen of organizing: using mindfulness to stay organized, and tips on compassionate communication. What I’ve seen in the past five years in my … Continue reading
What have you created in your life? What do you want to create in your life? Are you organizing yourself around those activities and events? The power in organizing what you want lies in your response to life events. There is … Continue reading
“How do you do a don’t?” the young child of an acquaintance recently asked. I like this question. It relates to the work I do, helping people stay positive while organizing through a transition. I also found it to be … Continue reading