Got overwhelm?

Join the club. ( There’s are a lot of members!)

Try this experiment today: Ask everybody you meet today: “how are you?”

The probability is extremely high that you will hear:

“Ok…., but  I am really swamped.”

“I can’t seem to get “it”( fill in the blank) all done.”

“I just don’t have enough time. “

We are all swimming, some of us drowning in the sea of “too much”  Too much to do, too much to process, too many people to respond to, too many things to read, do, execute, etc etc etc.

Wouldn’t you rather have less stress? Fewer problems? More ease?

I thought so!

Join me at “No Problem Bridge” .

Seriously, No Problem Bridge really exists. ( I snapped this photo this  in Aspen,Colorado near John Denver’s memorial park)

The best practice to reduce the stress in your life and in your business is to Simplify.

Author Bill Jenson writes in Simplicity, the New Competitive  Advantage, that simplicity is about power.

Simplicity is the power to do less ( of what doesn’t matter)

Simplicity is the power to do more ( of what does matter)

Big difference.

Imagine that you have clarity, focus and are in flow with all of your projects. Your creativity is in high gear. You’ve got the resources. The right people show up at just the right time to help you accomplish your outcome. Your energy level is high. You feel great. Things get done. Life is good.

Each of us can have this experience.

The key is to simplify. Do an honest inventory and  let go of what no longer is a fit for you in your business  or your life.

Coaching challenge for you this week?

Streamline your life. Simplify. Downsize. Clear the Clutter.

Your end result?

Radically fewer problems. Less drama. Less stress.

Life on purpose, without all the “fillers’