The Procrastination Zone

I don’t think anyone would argue that procrastination is habit-forming.  Once we stop doing productive things, we get into a habit of doing unproductive things – procrastinating.  Procrastination is intentional.  We choose to do it – either consciously or unconsciously.  … Continue reading

One Toe Over Your Comfort Zone

  Comfort zones was a topic of discussion recently. What is my comfort zone and how can I step over the edge?  Maybe it can be better phrased – what am I afraid to do by myself?  What do I … Continue reading

Incremental Time Management Might be for You

I was toying with the idea of transferring some of the principles from Jeff Olson’s 2005 book, The Slight Edge, Secrets to a Successful Life, into ‘incremental time management.’ Why incremental time management?  If we can do something incrementally, a little … Continue reading

Our Bottom Line for Personal Improvement is Action

The bottom line of businesses is to make a profit.  Businesses want to increase their bottom line each year.  They want to be able to take advantage of opportunities when they occur.  How does that apply to you personally?  I believe each … Continue reading

Complacency, Procrastination or Indecisiveness Ruling Your Life?

Three terms seem closely related – Complacency, Procrastination, and Indecisiveness. Complacency is a feeling of contentment. We live in our comfort zones – safe, secure and content in what we are. Complacency can interfere with actions that we need to … Continue reading

Are You Immune From Improving Your Life?

In the book, Alice in Wonderland, Alice is told that if you don’t know where you are going, any road will do.  That seems to be the norm for most of us.  We don’t have goals, therefore, any road will … Continue reading