Make your lists work for you, not against you.

Lists get a bad rap because they are usually used to create a big line of to-do’s. Then we rush to check off each to-do quicker than they get added on. The conversation at the end of the day often sounds like: Q: “How was your day?” A: “Not bad, but I didn’t get...

You’re not a failure. You’re just doing it right.

Seeing the word failure, typing it, saying it, just thinking about it, is enough to make a person queasy. F.A.I.L.U.R.E. I’ve been told that the more you are exposed to it you eventually get used to it.  Maybe. I’m still having a tough time with that...