Author Archives: Allison

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The Action Tracker

I don’t know where you’re living, but it sure feels like Spring around here. The snow and ice are gone and the sun is higher in the sky. Days are getting longer. Hooray! It feels like a bit of a fresh start and most people I know are good and ready for it. In fact, I’ve noticed that almost more than in January, people are looking for a fresh start with their intentions, too. I hear: • I need to get outside everyday for some fresh air • I want to exercise more consistently now that it’s nice out • I need to get to bed earlier each night so I’m not dragging so much in the afternoon • I … Continue reading

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Doing what’s most important … consistently

I’d like to share something with you. I’ve been busily working on a new course called “Find Your Flow: Tame the Chaos and Create a Rhythm for your Whole Life.” It’s been a long time coming and I’m thrilled to be able to share it with you. In this 4 week online course, I’ll show you how to craft your own customized rhythm based solely on YOUR needs and wants, not anyone else’s preconceived notion of how you SHOULD be spending your time. If you struggle with how to repeat the good days – – the ones that seem to be a miraculous mix combining the level of accomplishment that feels good along with enough time to serve your personal … Continue reading

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The Idea Pantry

You know all those great ideas you have? They can come on fast and furiously and while it’s great for a while, there’s a certain point where it stops feeling good, right? Find a way to capture those beauties without feeling like you need to do them today and release the fear that you’ll forget them. Do yourself a favor and create an idea pantry. An idea pantry? An idea parking lot? Call it what you will. This landing place for all of those great ideas will give you a way to capture your thoughts without interrupting your original plan for the day.   You know, the stuff that really needs to get done.  Whether you designate a folder in your Google Drive or a notebook in Evernote, write in a 3-ring … Continue reading