In my line of work EVERYONE I coach and consult with wants to know… “Am I the worst you’ve ever seen?” Most of the time the answer is no.
So, I thought it would be fun and validating to you all if you got to see inside some other people’s office spaces… I’m starting a new series called The Office Voyeur. Each month I”ll pick someone – a client, friend, family member (be afraid Steve Caputo, be very afraid), or maybe a stranger with a cool office who will let me in and I’ll take a few photos and highlight the fun stuff for you. This way you can see for yourself how you stack up! Got a cool office and want to have it in the series? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For this first inaugural post, my friend and fellow entrepreneur/working mama Justina Pham, DDS (that’s dentist letters) volunteered to highlight her office. She re-did the entire space. We had a blast rummaging through her drawers and cabinets. Well, maybe that was just me that was having all the fun. Thanks so much Justina for opening up your beautiful office to see!
I apologize for the small type on the pictures – This is a new process and I wanted to try using Skitch (which I LOVE) but will do it better for next month’s Office Voyeur – stay tuned!
It’s always nice to find clever solutions to the little snags one comes across in cooking, building, cleaning, or just about anything. These are some of the most clever life hacks every human being needs to know.
Soooo many people struggle in trying to find that elusive “perfect” system that will serve all of their needs and be the magic bullet to their quest for optimizing their time and energy. If ONLY there was such a thing … well, then I’d be out of a job.
The perfect system is internal to each of us and the way you do one thing affects the way you do something else when it comes to life efficiency. For instance the way your space is physically organized has a direct connection to how you manage your time and how you manage your time has a direct connection to what your master and daily task lists look like. They all work together – just like health – you don’t look just at one area when you’re sick, you put the pieces together to complete the picture.
This is the model, or framework that I created years ago that is the foundation for all of my work. Once I created it, I wrote a book on it.
Today, I want to give you a copy of that book as a thank you for being a member of my community and blog reader and supporter of my work. I couldn’t do what I do and I wouldn’t be as enthusiastic doing what I do without your support. So, thank you.
As a return request, I ask you kindly to send my work further out to the Universe and forward this blog post onto at least one other person that you think would find it beneficial and would love a complimentary copy of my e-book.
Thank you so much - let me know what you think as I would value your feedback.
I hope you’re enjoying your summer,