A CEO client is over-extended, has too many priorities to juggle, and is simultaneously hyper-stressed and hyper-exhausted. Actually this describes many of my clients. Does this sound like you too? Friends, this is no way to go through life. As someone who has dodged two cancer bullets while building two businesses and raising two sons, I have a very healthy respect for mortality, along with the insight that tomorrow is not promised to anyone.
During our call this week, my client shared her anxiety about getting everything accomplished, and that she has made no time to exercise or decompress in several days. She is on a non-stop treadmill. ...'Click 'Read More' to continue
Great article by Kevin Daum as seen on Inc.com. Full of realistic practical tips. If you start by picking the easiest one for you to follow through with you are already on the way.. add the others as time goes by..one by one. Suzie Doscher
Stress Management and Time Management Tips for the end of the day
A while back, I wrote a column with tips on how to start a great day. What I neglected to mention is that the best way to make sure your day has a solid start is to have a great ending to the day before. If you finish your day stressed and worried about loose ends, it will impact your time at home as well as your sleep. String a few of these unhappy endings together and you’ll watch your productivity plummet like a rock. You can solve this problem with a small paradigm change. Focus as much or more energy on ending your days well and you’ll start each day more rested and vibrant. Here are seven simple tips to help you finish right so you can start the next day with a clear mind and a happy heart. ... Click 'Read More' below