Today, I wanted to tackle a topic that most of us can relate to — especially during the holidays. Between travel, parties, gifts, and extra time with family…
It’s inevitable that at some point over the next few weeks, the hot topic of money will be front and center.
No surprise here, but how you think and feel about money may be very different than the people around you.
Everyone is their own person of course, but research has shown that we’re more affected by our environment than we think. No where do we feel this more than with money.
So — are we royally screwed if our friends and family are stuck in scarcity? Do we need to focus on changing them in addition to changing ourselves?
When it comes to productivity tips, there are no lack of resources out there. After all, finding ways to get the right things done faster is topic that never gets old.
I’ve been an avid student of productivity for years, and while my personal practices don’t always line up with what the top experts say (as you’ll see in a second)…
There are four key productivity strategies that’ll help you no matter which system or expert you follow.
We’re officially “in it.”
The season where the calendar is overflowing with events, conferences, seminars, parties and all kinds of get togethers that naturally involve you meeting people.
Lots of people. And often, all at once.
If even thinking about being with lots of people makes you want to stay home and take a nap, you’re not alone.
That’s because as much as one third to a half of the population considers themselves introverts.
If you’ve ever questioned the best way to balance your need for quiet with the never-ending opportunities to “put yourself out there” — today’s MarieTV episode is for you.
You’ll learn five super helpful strategies to “putting yourself out there” in a way that works perfectly with your quiet nature.
You’ll also learn how I surprised today’s guest, Susan Cain, author of the best-seller Quiet, with a little known fact about yours truly.
Relax. Be present. Enjoy this moment. Be here now.
Does that advice ever irritate the heck out of you — especially when you have a to-do list a mile long?
Even if you don’t get annoyed by the “be present” advice, you might feel confused by it.
Because most of us get that — in theory — being fully present is great for our brains, souls and relationships, but some of us wonder…
How the heck am I supposed to “be present” and still exist in the real world that constantly requires me to look ahead and plan my future?
If you want a simple trick to train yourself to be in the now and exist in the real world, you’re gonna love today’s episode.
Putting things off. Waiting till the last minute. Telling yourself and everyone around you, “Yeah, yeah, I’m totally gonna do that . . . tomorrow.”
Sure does to me. It doesn’t matter how productive or driven you are, if you’re human, there are times you procrastinate.
Which got me thinking.
Is procrastination really as bad as it’s cracked up to be?