Eliminate Your Information-Hoarder Ways in 3 Simple Steps!
Araceli Gonzalez, Guest Blog
Meet Sally, an information hoarder.
By definition, a hoarder is a person who accumulates things and hides them away for future use. An information hoarder does exactly that, but with research.
Sally is a passionate self-employed nutritionist who absolutely loves to search and gather information to help her clients improve their health and wellness. Sally believes the information she gathers is extremely important to her business and getting rid of the piles will mean throwing away years of research.
Her library, once a bookshelf, are now piles on the floor and bed. Binders hold her clippings and her computer hard drive is bursting with information.
Her physical life is cluttered with paper. Her computer and email inbox are cluttered with articles and junk mail. She has a hard time finding what she's looking for- and yet, she can't let go.
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What Comes First, Prioritization or Planning?
Guest Blog, Araceli Gonzalez
If you have a long list of to-dos and at times you feel like 24 hours is not enough, then setting priorities for your life is crucial if you want to get things done.
Prioritization means to arrange (items to be attended to) in order of their relative importance. The more projects you are involved in and the more you do for your business and personal life, the more you need to prioritize your activities.
Creating priorities is a bit different from planning your day. What comes first, that wagon or the horse? In this case, what should you do first, plan, or prioritize?
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