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As women, we are all busy, right? I know I am, and I bet you could say the same thing about yourself. I am usually pretty good with time management … unless … life throws me a curve ball. Then, through my own lack of planning or pure good ole procrastination things tend to sneak up on me.
The other day I had so many things to do, and time definitely got away from me. I began thinking to myself, “What’s my problem?” and then quickly realized the main source of frustration was my own lack of time management. I had over committed, was going a million miles a minute, and had forgotten to pull back and recharge my own batteries. I knew I had to make some changes and that I wanted to tackle this “time management” beast and get back on track.
So, how did I get myself back on track? Well, I pulled out my trusty Problem Solving Think Sheet and got to work. It’s a simple tool I use when faced with a problem that needs a good solution, and I am happy to share this month’s FREE resource with you.
You can CLICK HERE to get my Problem Solving Think Sheet. It’s easy to use, and I’ve even included an example of how I solved my time management problem on my own Think Sheet, and you can get it here.
This Think Sheet is designed to help you work through one problem at a time, and it’s super easy to use. Print it off, follow these five simple steps, and get that pesky problem solved.
As Norman Vincent Peale wisely said, "When a problem comes along, study it until you are completely knowledgeable. Then find that weak spot, break the problem apart, and the rest will be easy. "What are you waiting for? Go solve that pesky problem, and you'll soon feel so much better!
Cheering you on,