How to Get UnBusy

How to Get UnBusy

In What if You Could Get UnBusy, I offered a “time pie chart” exercise there? If you tried it, you’ve  likely found some things you’d like to do less of, in order to make room for what matters most to you. Would you like to go directly to the exercise? Here’s...
What If You Could Get UnBusy?

What If You Could Get UnBusy?

See if you can remember a time in your life when you weren’t crazy-busy. What did you like to do then? These are the memories that come up for me: Laying on the lawn and gazing up to find images in the clouds drifting overhead. Making up elaborate stories and playing...
Making Time to Make a Difference

Making Time to Make a Difference

Our latest Quest2017 prompt is provided by author Jocelyn K. Glei, who’s obsessed with how we can find more creativity and meaning in our daily work. You can learn more about her and her work here. Jocelyn asks: How can you shift your focus from “keeping...
Ten Ideas for Thriving in Your Work

Ten Ideas for Thriving in Your Work

  Those of us who are service-centered professionals give a lot – our caring, empathy, nurturing energy, fueled by a passion to make things better in this world. Those very qualities, and the nature of our work can allow us to do great good. And, they can...
Getting UnBusy in the Summertime

Getting UnBusy in the Summertime

Somewhere in my memory are the images and feelings of summertime as slow-down time, play time, fun and maybe even a little boredom time. No school. Inventing and playing out games in the backyard. Afternoons at the lake. Vacations (including the one where I got a...