Myths About Speed Reading–Are They Really READING It?

A common question I’m asked after telling people how fast our graduates can read at the end of our courses (average of 1,200 words per minute) is are they really reading it? So I start our speed reading classes and seminars by having everyone write down their own definitions of reading. I collect them and after looking them over, I…

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Tick, Tick, Tick How to Gain More Time in Your Day

Tick, Tick, Tick, How to gain more time in your day–I swear it, never fails: the busier we are the behinder we become. Yes, I am aware that behinder is not a word and my editor’s head is about to explode. But seriously, with the back to school rush and everything, it seems like every attempt we make to put…

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Purge & Splurge

I am so very thankful that the warmer months are upon us and it is just about time to put away the winter clothes. You know what this means ladies, purge and splurge. PURGE Go through the closets and get rid of those items that are worn out, things that you don’t want to wear again next season, and things…

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Create Your Own Luck!

First, allow me to give you the definition of luck: blessing, fortune, windfall, destiny, fate, a godsend. You can manifest this into your life by envisioning, speaking and writing your vision down. Do you have a vision of how you would like your life to appear, but you feel your current path is steering you in a different direction? Perhaps…

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80% of Chronic Disease Can be Prevented and much REVERSED

Most of us don’t just wake up one day and feel or look our absolute worst. It sneaks up on us and those we love slowly and effortlessly like a dark moonless night. Well- the choices that got you there; don’t have to keep you there. We can prevent chronic disease- heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure. These are the…

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Highlight on Hilliard, Ohio

Hilliard, Ohio is a busy, bustling, active town with a large and diverse population. In 2010, there were an estimated 28,435 people calling Hilliard home, and that number has continued to grow. Hilliard is equipped with all of the resources to allow you and your family to live, work, and play happily, as it is located just west of downtown…

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Using a Tickler File

In my field as a Professional Organizer, I continually hear, “What can I do with all this paper?”  Piles are on your kitchen counter, beside your lounge chair, on the dining room table, in your purse, and scattered on your desk? Well, part of maintaining paper is having the right tools and effective filing systems and processes in place.  Are…

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10 Tips and Suggestions for Getting Organized for the Holidays

The holidays are always a stressful time for people. Rush here, rush there, buy this gift, take that gift back. It is a plethora of emotion, activity and blessing. The holidays can be stress free, joyous, and a fun time if you are proactive during this time of year. Preplanning is the key. Allow me to share a few pointers…

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Be Organized in Your Success

When you started your business, was it a GOOD idea?  Was it an idea that was instituted from a glimmer of a skill or talent? Was it a dream or a passion stirring inside, or a God-given gift?  You were created with a passion, a vision and drive to create, design, and develop something lucrative, worthwhile and rewarding. AND to…

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Making It Easy For People To Talk to You

Why is it that it is easier to talk to some people than others? What is it about certain peoplethat makes us clam up? Something in others makes it really easy to talk to; a lot and for a long time. I am sure you know the feeling. You’re in the grocery store and you see someone you know and…

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