Category Archives: News
One mid-March day in 2001, I experienced perfect peace. My then-boyfriend Mark and I were at his mother’s home in Florida. It was mid-afternoon and we had been tired and decided to take a nap together. He and I had … Continue reading
Karen Kalis, the Entrepreneur Coach, interviewed me for her Millionaire Mamas event. I talked about strategies for being a productive entrepreneur–or whether entrepreneurship is for you. Not all business owners are actually entrepreneurs. Check out the interview here.
“If you’re doing all you can but can’t seem to keep up with the unending demands of your job—perhaps you need to reconsider how you’re approaching your work.” That’s how the article by Michelle Weidner begins. Read the entire article … Continue reading
How you look at an event determines your response. If you’re relaxed and welcoming, you feel more in control… As Dr. George Pickett said, “What you call ‘interruptions’ is my work.” Instead of seeing emails, calls and drop-by’s as interruptions, … Continue reading
Forbes online writer Jacquelyn Smith has published another productivity-tip-laden article, this time on staying productive during the winter when many of us would rather hibernate in our warm beds. The article
The Chicago chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers has a new book club that will meet twice a year and their inaugural book selection is Stop Organizing, Start Producing by Casey Moore. “It’s a huge honor to review … Continue reading
Yes, it’s cheesy, but I love holiday letters. It’s fun to look back on the year and reflect on blessings and growth. If you like them too, or you just want to see how my year went, click here: Casey’s … Continue reading
As 2012 draws to a close, here’s a strategy to stay productive personally and professionally. You’ll “produce” peace within and with others (e.g., family) when you can accept what is instead of always trying to engineer what “should” be. Casey’s … Continue reading
Great tips for staying sane and productive this holiday season in this Forbes article for which I was a contributor. Worth the read and the image version’s great, too.