How To Achieve “Inbox Zero”…or Almost

You know it’s a goal you want, “Inbox Zero.”  You hear all the gurus telling you your inbox needs to be empty. Then you go back to your desk and cry when you see you have 2,000+, 4,568, etc.  How on earth can you get it down to zero with all those important emails that you must go through one-by-one? When I used to manage my boss’s email at my last J.O.B., he used to […]

What Oprah and Other CEOs Can Teach You about the Benefits of Daily Meditation

According to the Buddhist Monks, Meditation is a means of transforming the mind. Meditation practices are techniques that encourage and develop concentration, clarity, emotional positivity, and a calm seeing of the true nature of things. By engaging with a particular meditation practice you learn the patterns and habits of your mind, and the practice offers a means to cultivate new, more positive ways of being. With regular work and patience these nourishing, focused states of […]

Best Office Ergonomics Tips You Will Read This Year

Proper office ergonomics can help you stay comfortable at work and avoid a lifetime’s worth of neck, arm, back, and shoulder pain. Back pain is one of the most common work-related injuries, caused by ordinary work activities such as sitting in an office chair or heavy lifting.  People who sit most of the day are also at high risk for non-accidental back injuries.  Office or computer ergonomics can help minimize the risk of repetitive injuries […]

9 Tasks You Should Outsource in Your Health and Wellness Coaching Business

How do you decide when to outsource a particular task?  Ask yourself these four questions: Am I procrastinating on this task? If your answer is yes, it probably means you do not have the resources or knowledge to complete the task. Do I dread starting or doing this task?  If you dread doing something, you more than likely will not bring your “A” game to the task.  Am I awesome at this task?  If no, […]

Delegating in a Downsized Economy

Businesses downsize in order to cut costs and survive the economy.  Business owners delegate tasks so that they can concentrate on growing their business.  Can delegating in a downsized economy work?  During a down economy, businesses first cut expenses by reducing personnel costs, typically with layoffs or shorter hours.  If your business has cut administrative help, it only makes sense that the owners are taking on more of those tasks themselves.  Is that really the […]