Why Block Scheduling Beats Multitasking

Why Block Scheduling Beats Multitasking

I’m a big believer in block scheduling.  Block scheduling is the process of tackling one project at a time. It runs counterintuitive to the notion of multitasking.  Of course, as an entrepreneur, you are going to be multitasking no matter what. Block scheduling is simply the idea of prioritizing one task or project at a time.


Paige Cole: My Story

Paige Cole: My Story

I was entrepreneurial from a young age. I have always had my hands full with different businesses. When I was 16, I started going to network marketing meetings. I had moved in with my aunt who had begun hosting these meetings at her house. As a teen, I craved independence and was excited at the prospect of earning money in unexpected ways. These meetings impressed me with a sense of responsibility and “real world” business savvy.   Network marketing companies require you to be 18 to sign up. Well, on my 18th birthday,  I signed up for a network marketing company…. And so began my entrepreneurial journey!

My 5 Part Morning Routine

My 5 Part Morning Routine

Every morning we wake up is another opportunity to have an awesome day. Putting yourself in the right mindset will not only make you feel better and happier throughout the day, but it will also enable you to be more productive in your daily tasks list.

I believe that starting your day off with some healthy action steps is the way to create lasting change in every aspect of your life. For me, my morning routine has certainly helped to create that!

3 Core Leadership Qualities

3 Core Leadership Qualities

Leaders listen with heart. It wasn’t until I let go of all rules and gave myself permission to listen to my heart’s desires, that I found my passion and purpose. All humans have intuition or some ability to “hear” or to be “impressed” with a higher ideal or life path. However, the problem most of us have is that the voices of the world drown out the voice within.

5 Strategies for Success

5 Strategies for Success

Research shows consistently that those who create written goals are 50% more likely to succeed than those who don’t. Would you like to dismiss excuses, eliminate distractions, and press on toward obtaining your wildest dreams? You have to have the bigger picture in mind. You’ve got to find your why and never lose sight of it! If you haven’t already done this, you need to. Go to the mirror and ask yourself, “Why do I get up everyday and do the things I do?” What did you come up with?