Project Manage My Life

Funny thing is that we do things for other people but sometimes forget to apply our professional expertise to our personal life. To stay focused, I need a clear scope, clear goals, a clear plan and roadmap for each goal, some clear measurable targets and status meetings with none other but myself each month to stay on track.

Obsessive Perfection Disorder

OPD – Obsessive Perfection Disorder. I definitely have it. I self-diagnosed myself yesterday. The house was so quiet. The kids were outside playing. My husband was running errands and I was left with the beautiful sound of my own thoughts. (I rather enjoy that sound from time to time.) While I had this precious time,Continue reading “Obsessive Perfection Disorder”

Let your yes be your yes

At work, I am constantly harping on my team to keep their word.  When we tell I client that we will do something or can do something, we follow through with those promises I am fascinated by how much God’s words line up with even my professional life.  In James 5:12 the bible reads, “…letContinue reading “Let your yes be your yes”

There is always a positive word

I remember back in Kindergarten we were taught if we don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all.  I think that statement is absolutely wrong.  I have learned that there is always something positive to say. In every area of our life, God gives us powerful life affirming messages that we canContinue reading “There is always a positive word”

Blessed and Brought Out

Blessed are those persecuted for righteousness for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven (Matthew 5:10) Have you even been uncomfortable with what you are asked to do or say at work, to your clients, or to your team? Are you ever asked to mislead, be less than transparent, or flat out lie? If you have,Continue reading “Blessed and Brought Out”

Walking in Faith; Seeing Your Change

Last night, I went to bed with a somber spirit. Drained of work, my profession, my office, all I could think of was wanting to see a professional change but at a minimum a new job change. The most draining part was that I could not “see” it. This morning just as I was beginningContinue reading “Walking in Faith; Seeing Your Change”