2018 AuthorLife Planner is Live!

The PDF version is live and ready to go! If you’re waiting on the softcover version sold through Amazon, we’re just waiting on some last minute approval stuff! Stay tuned! AND IN OTHER BIG NEWS: We’re in touch with printers to try to make an affordable, wire-bound, double facing page weekly planner for next year! Have feedback, send it our way on the comments page!       <a href=”http://selz.co/Nk4vpqe0X” target=”_blank”>2018 AuthorLife Planner</a> SOFTCOVER on AMAZON NOTE: Selz is having {Read More}

2017 AuthorLife Planner

I am so thrilled to announce that the 2017 AuthorLife Planner is live! The planner was a surprisingly large project, scoping out the workshop, boiling it down, creating a stream of reference that works on paper only, then creating a planner that keeps those findings on track. BUT, I’m so happy I did it. I’m already getting some amazing feedback and really hoping that writers and other creative folks are able to find their BEST PATH and stay with it {Read More}

The Plan Cycle

One of the most common questions I get about the Zero to Planned workshop is, What makes it different? I think there are several things, but the one that really resonates with people is the new Plan Cycle we create. Most plan cycles look like this: . This is a traditional cycle. This cycle works on a lot of levels. That’s why it’s been around so long. But, it doesn’t always work on the layers we want. Goals are great. I love {Read More}

Time Management – The Holiday Principle

Raise your hand if there’s something that every year you tell yourself, “It’s not like the date moved. Christmas (or whatever yours is…holidays, birthdays, anniversaries…etc) is the same day every year.” Most of us do it. We plan to be ready, then somehow BOOM! The day/event is upon us and we’re floundering. FLOUNDERING! Floundering is not where we want to live. But, the truth is, most of us have this issue monthly — if not weekly or daily. The kid’s rehearsal {Read More}

Zero to Planned Update

I’m having a ball with the newly re-created Zero to Planned workshop. The second group is halfway through their month and going along really well. I love the Ah-Ha moments and epiphanies. Every group teaches me something new too! I also just scrapped the original pages and put up some better, more informative pages to show what it’s all about. Lots of designing going on over there…me! Being quasi-visually-creative *flails* March 7th is coming up quickly and I’m offering a {Read More}

The Perfect Time To Plan

One of the questions that has come in from more than one person is “Should I plan my day in the morning or the night before?” Well, we already covered the “It’s All About You” thing, so let’s break this down to help you decide. The morning or night planning is really personal. It’s the way you’re setting yourself up for success, so figuring out what works for you (at this moment, bc this is a big one that can change) {Read More}

Just Pick an Organizing Tool

On we go with more from my Zero to Planned class. “Just Pick a Tool” — that seems to be what people often feel is expected of them to get moving on their organizing. Who of us hasn’t said, TODAY IS THE DAY I GET ORGANIZED and rush out to HomeGoods and Staples to buy everything we need to make our home, office, and day feel better and be more productive. Only — well, what did you buy and why? {Read More}

It’s all about you

With the pilot of my Zero to Planned workshop finished and the next group about to start, it feels like a great time to talk a little bit about planning and organizing and getting things done and balance. Yeah. That’s a lot of ands, but that’s okay. I’m going to tackle some of the questions I’ve been asked as I’ve rolled out my workshop for online classes. Instead of diving right in, I’ll answer the “WHY” questions I keep getting: {Read More}