Archive for the 'Changing Habits' Category

The Progressive Professional… A Guide for Quality Living – June 2018

Ok, so I let you work your goals and habits for an extra month prior to nagging you… I’m hoping you are still on the path to being more productive, happy and healthy! If you haven’t made progress, I’m guessing that you ignored tip #10 from the April newsletter – here’s a reminder: 10. Put yourself first. Make it a
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The Progressive Professional… A Guide for Quality Living – April 2018

I’m betting that by this time, if you are following the suggestions in the previous three newsletters, you have identified some habits you need to change. Habits can sometimes be hard to break. You may need to appeal to your left brain – the logical side, to convince yourself you need to change the habit. An easy tool to help
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The Progressive Professional… A Guide for Quality Living – February 2018

If you read and acted upon the suggestions in the January newsletter, you should now be focused and have your goals for all areas of your life identified and documented – at least well enough to know what you are going to achieve and when! Have you made progress? Are you checking every request to make sure it matches up
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The Progressive Professional… Perks for Quality Living – December 2013

The end of the year is always a great time to reflect on your successes and challenges in the past twelve months. Are you happy with your achievements? Did you conquer some of the challenges? Did you use the Tiny habits method to change some behaviors? Here’s another way to apply the Tiny Habits method… I hear from many people
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Progressive Professional – More Tips for Success – September 2013

Changing behaviors is one of our most difficult challenges. Most of our behaviors are habits – things we have done the same way or not done for a long time. I recently had a discussion with a trusted colleague who was excited about making changes in his life. When I asked how he was doing it, he responded “Tiny Habits”.
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