4-day workweeks

This one’s for anyone who’s looking for a little Monday Hour One kick in the tushy. This will be particularly effective if you’re already planning

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Any feeling, on demand

Monday Hour One—the time management system that I teach my clients—is about cultivating the ability to generate any feeling on demand, in order to do

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“You tell me”

I have a button-nosed angel of a niece (who also happens to have a rebellious, mischievous streak). She’s almost three, and I adore her. I

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How to make it stick

One of the biggest reasons that people are reluctant to adopt a new time management system like Monday Hour One is because they’re worried that

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The shame slide

Let’s talk about the shame slide.⁣⁣(Did anyone else just imagine the old board game Chutes and Ladders?) ⁣⁣I’ve been noticing something in myself and my

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Break down your wins

It’s easy—in coaching and life—to default to talking about our challenges and problems. But I want to encourage you to cultivate the practice of looking

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Ripple effects

I want to tell you a story about taking action, using anti-racism work as an example. You may have seen my Instagram post, with the words

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Monday Hour One FAQs

If you’ve already attended one of the free Monday Hour One workshops, you’re well on your way to an incredible Monday Hour One practice. Remember:

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We are the storm chasers

A client recently told me that she had been avoiding her work blocks for her Half-Finished to Done, LIVE project—creating a musical album—because she was afraid of

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Work from home tips

Looking for tips on how to work from home effectively, especially during this time of social distancing? Here’s everything that I’ve written about working from

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Decision making

Procrastination comes in many sneaky forms, and one of those sneaky ways is long, drawn-out decision making processes. That’s right: Spinning out on decisions and

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Exit signs

Let me tell you a little story. When I was ten, I went to Disney World with my dad, sister, and two brothers. A ten-year-old’s

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Invisible standards

Invisible standards: The new “invisible scripts” You may have heard me talk about invisible scripts. It’s a term coined by Ramit Sethi to explain the

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Fun

There’s a misconception about coaching in general, and productivity coaching specifically: That we’re trying to take away your fun. ⁣ ⁣ That we’re trying to optimize

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Work from home tips

Amidst the chaos of the coronavirus pandemic, your company might have instituted a work from home policy. Not used to working from home? For some

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