distraction

Lonely at the Top

When you are in the business of being in business for yourself, it can definitely get lonely at the top. As a solopreneur, you often have to set your own deadlines, motivate yourself, and light the fire under your own seat to get things done. How you measure success is subjective. Is it important to […]

Let Your Productivity Fuel Your Procrastination

Do you struggle somewhere between productivity and procrastination? You feel productive and “on a roll” with one thing, but totally avoid something else? What if you could use that productive tailwind that gets created from checking things off your to-do list to fuel those things you DON’T love to do? Do the icky thing first. Start […]

Scheduling Blog Posts Made Easy: CoSchedule

Wouldn’t it be great if every time you wrote a blog, it only took the push of one button to do the trick and share it to every social media site you wanted to, as well as sharing it to your blog, whenever you wanted it to. If only it were that easy …. Well, […]

The Road to Nowhere

Einstein’s supposed definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different result.” Today, I found myself doing just that. I was sighing, and wincing, and totally frustrated. I kept plugging away, not realizing, that what was best for me, was to just STOP. My dog, Little, gives me a […]

A Little Distraction = Good. A Lot of Distraction = Lost. Find Your Balance.

Cars whizzing by, a gentle breeze, and the smell of charcuterie and freshly-roasted coffee beans in the air, I am easing into the perfect amount of just enough distraction to write, and yet not too much to get distracted completely by. Writing in a white room, with no sound, and no stimulus can actually become […]