Simple Ways to Get More Done

Tip #1: Stop Overthinking. Make a plan and TAKE ACTION.

Everyone seems so busy in today's world. If you're a woman and have a family plus a career or business, the list of things that need to get done seems endless, doesn't it?

Thinking about everything that needs to get done can amplify your anxiety. It can also lead to "analysis paralysis" which keeps you stuck. Anxiety + stress is usually a very unproductive combination.

If you know that you can use some help becoming more efficient or productive, but you're struggling with anxiety, first, get the free ebook here.

You'll spin your wheels thinking about organizing, planning, or creating a better system if you're living with anxiety on a regular basis.

So get the free ebook and implement one or more of those tips first.

By getting your free ebook, your part of my tribe and you'll be receiving weekly emails to help you increase your self-care to decrease your anxiety and stress.

I'll be sharing tips to help you get more done in less time. Part of self-care is down time and I know how hard that can be.

I'm a master problem solver and I have helped many, many clients get better organized to save time and stress.

With the managing anxiety ebook, you'll  receive a free bonus report "100 Ways to Get More Organized to Eliminate Stress & Increase Happiness in Your Life."

To give you a taste of the bonus's Tip #38:

  1. Take Everything off Your Desk

If you’re having trouble organizing your workspace, remove everything from it but the essentials like your laptop or fan. Put these non-essentials in a bin beside you. At the end of the day, look at the items that are back on your desk. These are usually the ones that are truly important. The other ones can be stored or moved elsewhere.

Let me know where you can use support. Is it with self-care? Or getting better organized? Or tips on how to start saying "no" to things you do not want to do?

I've been there. I can help.

Donna J Davis