Cynthia continuously motivates & inspires me to do more – even when my plate is FULL!
A full plate of food is a blessing but when your life’s plate is too full, it can be a challenge. (Photo by Cynthia Price)
Thanksgiving is a day when our plates are full of food, and that makes us happy. But when our plates are full in our lives, we often become overwhelmed and frustrated.
During a side conversation at a conference I spoke with Tiffany Ervin, whose plate appears to overflow and yet she appears in control. I asked her how she did it.
Her daily agenda helps her prioritize her days. It’s one tool in how she manages her full PLATE. Her PLATE includes:
- Learn how to say, “Let me think about it.”
- Accept that you can’t do it all.
When you are focused on paying the mortgage and balancing multiple roles, Tiffany said it can be easy to get overwhelmed. She uses a…
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