Let’s close those pesky open loops.

Every business has a number of open loops, also know as ‘undones’ that distract and get in the way of the work that matters most. These are the tasks – big and small – that are incomplete and taking up energy that could be better channeled elsewhere.

Instead of walking around with a bunch of tasks that never get done, it’s time to form a habit of completion. And really, it’s not that hard and you’re going to feel amazing when you’re done.

Listen to today’s episode where I’ll give you six steps to go from chaos and confusion, to calm and confidence.

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Resources mentioned:

Form a habit of completion printable 

Gretchen Rubin’s Power Hour

Pomodoro Technique 

CEO Fast Track 

Coming soon!



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