We all have a tendency to underestimate how much time a project is going to take. Because of that, we tend to end up having a lot of unfinished projects. On this Smead Podcast, Cris talks about the mistakes we make when estimating time and
In Atomic Habits by James Clear, we learn that it's not just about setting goals but about having systems in place that help us achieve them.
Minimalism is defined differently by various people, but the core idea is living life with as few factors as possible that restrict what you want to do – that keep you from living the life you would love to live. It is the practice of
by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton Do you begin each year with lofty goals but then find it more difficult to make resolutions stick? Whether you're focusing on a new year, a new you or simply the same you with a few new goals, you can make resolutions stick. For
We specialize in helping people with ADHD and ADD keep their lives in order, and one thing we know: getting help getting organized can make all the difference. Having help not only makes the work go faster but keeps it from becoming too overwhelming, too,
Declutter Today for a Better Tomorrow Many people cringe at the sound of the word "declutter" as it brings to mind a process that can be emotionally and physically tough. Many others are like me and don't cringe, but rather make grand plans to clear out
I have been reading way too much of Marie Kondo lately! But in her first book, The Magic of Tidying Up, she says you should get rid of all your paperwork. Her reason is that if you know you don’t have it, you won’t spend
Work Smarter, Not Harder. It's an oldie, but a goodie. Summer is right around the corner and for many of us this means that life speeds up, not slows down. With kids home from school, trips to be taken, and the sun to enjoy, often