Ram Dump

If you want to move from feeling overwhelmed to feeling at peace and in control, here’s a tool to help you get started. It’s called a RAM Dump. RAM is the memory in a computer—in this case, your brain–that holds onto all those “sticky notes” or “incompletions” in your life. If you would like to…

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Tips to Plan for the Coming Year

As you set goals or make choices for the New Year, here are three guidelines to follow:  Phrase your choices in the NOW , as though you’ve already achieved it. Use “I am…” or “I allow myself to …” statements.  Phrase your choices in the POSITIVE . Focus on the solution rather on what you don’t want.…

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168 Hours – A Time Analysis Tool

Determine on average how much time you spend with each activity below in one week. For example, if you sleep an average of 7 hours a night, multiply that by 7 days and subtract 49 from the total. Then go to the next item and do the same. Download the pdf of the 168 hours…

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How to Clarify Priorities

Sometimes it’s difficult to make decisions “in the moment.” You may benefit from stepping back and looking at the bigger picture in order to make a sound decision that fits with your priorities.  I’ll provide some questions to help… When making a decision about what to say YES or NO to: Will saying YES to this allow me to…

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