[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"] The brain: Phrenologie (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] There can be such a huge communication gap between perfectionists and those with whom they live or work. Author and clinical psychologist Dr. Jeff Szymanski summarizes in this brief article how perfectionists feel and view the...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="213"]Brain scanning technology is quickly approachi... (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] I have an important rule about multi-tasking: Don’t do it with high brain function activities. I tell my clients this over and over and over. I drive home that point because multi-tasking can end up costing more time in the end or causing you to complete a project in a less than stellar fashion because you were not fully focused on it. So, what do I mean about multi-tasking high brain function activities? You shouldn’t do two things at once which require thought or concentration. Examples:

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180"]Shopping List Shopping List (Photo credit: Ex-Smith)[/caption] A friend of mine posted on my Facebook page: Your organizational expertise is needed. How do I remember to take my reusable grocery bags to the store? arghhhh! I always forget because it's such a miniscule task on my long to-do list. It's driving me nuts already!! So I responded with a few quick tips:

[caption id="attachment_486" align="alignright" width="300"]ChromaGen corrective lenses for Dyslexia - details at www.IReadBetterNow.com ChromaGen corrective lenses for Dyslexia - details at www.IReadBetterNow.com[/caption] As a former teacher and even now with my productivity consulting business, I run into a number of people who are living with dyslexia or have a family member who is. For many years, the typical advice given to them was to slow down when reading, use a sheet of paper and move it under each line of text while reading, or use a tinted overhead projector sheet as an overlay on the page. None of those worked wonders, but they did help. Fast forward to 2012. I met
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