Which Way Do I Go – What Am I Suppose to be Doing…

It is so easy to put off a today thinking that tomorrow will make up for the yesterdays we let slip away.

As children we get to play and allow fun to come before our chores, only to get scolded by our parents, known for a better lack of words as nagging. Once our chores are done, we can go and play. (So easy …. Yet even as children we ponder off into our own detours)

Then we grow up and realize that our days turn into our weeks and our weeks turn into months and our months turn into our years and before we know it, MANY years have gone by and we still haven’t accomplished what we originally set out to do.


Make sure you are organized in your thoughts, projects and activities for both your business and personal lives.

Step 1:

Write down everything that needs to be done and the deadline for which it is due.

(all goals need a deadline, big and small)

Step 2:

Prioritize them.  And have a planner to help you stay on track with a

daily–in-order to-do list.

Step 3:

Delicate. BIG ONE! Come to terms that things might not be done the same way you wanted them to be done, but as long as the results turn out to be the results you needed them to be, stop worry how they got done, just trust that the results are the important matter.

Step 4: Separate your business from your personal and enjoy each of them separately, especially if you work from home. On the weekends or what ever days you choose to take off, shut the office door and DO NOT re-enter until the time you are suppose to be working. Your family will appreciate this and so will you.

Make sure you are organized in your thoughts, projects and activities for both your business and personal lives and I can guarantee you that you will smile and laugh a lot more.

If you are not enjoying your days, then it is time to sit down and ponder if just may-be these solutions can be part of your answer.

Let me know how it works out for you.




16 Responses to “Which Way Do I Go – What Am I Suppose to be Doing…”

  1. Susan Davis Says:


    Really needed this post today! I have got to get my steps in order to bring a flow to my projects. I really enjoy your posts and your energy! Thanks so9 much for adding value to my life with this post!

    Live a Juicy Life,

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  2. Wayne S. Bell Says:

    Wow, this is very helpful information…. So, glad that I stop through to read and learn from you Lyn-Dee.

  3. admin Says:

    Thanks Wayne, I am always happy to inspire! Please come back often :O)

  4. admin Says:

    Hi Susan,

    I am glad I can be there for you. I always will be!

    peace….and {{hugs}}

  5. Michelle Shutter Says:

    Thank You Lyn-Dee! These steps will help me through my days! For the longest time, I didn’t realize the importance of goal setting with a DEADLINE!

    Thanks again!
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  6. admin Says:

    Thanks Michelle! I am so excited that you will use this blog and accomplish your results. Please keep me posted!


  7. Donna Merrill Says:

    Glad I stopped to read your incredible blog. I try so hard to have things organized, but this weekend was a total crazy one and I had to catch up. This made me feel so much better. Thanks Donna

  8. admin Says:

    Hi Donna,
    I am so glad you stopped by and it helped you catch a breathe. I am here for you 100% .
    Let’s make your days filled with production so your tomorrow will be filled with shear success.


  9. Kimberly Castleberry Says:

    I love your step by steps! That makes so many things in life much easier to tackle! I agree about #3 being Delicate! hehe Delegating out our tasks can be daunting but as you said, if we focus on results not procedures, the results can be rapid! Great stuff (and I’m still giggling over the orangutan! He looks as confused as a pile of unfinished tasks can make me feel!)
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  10. admin Says:

    Kimberly, bravo on your words of experience. I know one of the most challenging things for me to do was to delicate, but once I figured out what was the most important part of any project which are the results …. everything else didn’t matter and of course I needed to keep my nose out of the project once I delicated it. hahaha

    Live a good happy life and allow the results to happen for you and with you, not alone in a corner of frustration!


  11. Jacqueline Gates Says:

    Lyn-Dee, I came over to read one post and spent ages going through your amazing blog!

    This Goddess has never had trouble with making lists – seriously, my life is an endless post-it note! – but it’s the Deadlines, and more importantly, getting things done BY those deadlines that has held me in limbo for years.

    Drowning in a swamp of unfinished projects.

    But your suggestion of Delegating ~ hmm now there’s a thought! You mean, I don’t have to do everything myself??!!

    The Goddess is going to work on this one ~ and has a sneaky feeling she’ll be seeing a lot less post-it notes!

    Bliss, blessings and oodles of thanks for a great post,
    The Goddess known as Jacqui
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  12. Val Wilcox Says:

    Spot on! Easy to get distracted by bright, shiny things. :) They take up time and energy and scatter your productivity.

    Such simple, easy steps that can have huge returns in every aspect of your life.

    Thanks for making me smile with your orangutan. :)

  13. admin Says:

    Hi Val,

    I can’t wait to hear the results you have following these simple steps. I am so glad you love Claude (the orangutan). hahah


  14. admin Says:

    Dear Goddess,

    I can feel the power of positive energy that you put out and I thank you for that. Please let me know how it goes with delicating, it is hard at first, but then you get use to it and it is magical.


  15. Melissa Wright Says:

    Thanks for the great tips Lyn-Dee. It is so important to make sure that you are making the most of everyday, because you are right, you never know how many days you have left. Getting organized is so important for making sure that you accomplish as much as possible with each day. I think that one that I need to focus a little more is separating my business life and my personal life. I am enjoying what I am doing so much right now and I am really excited about the goals that I am working towards that it is hard to take some days off. I need to make sure that my family still knows that they are what matters to me the most though.

    Thanks for sharing your great tips and (as always) your encouragement!
    {{hugs}} back at you!
    Melissa Wright´s last blog ..What I have learned from the Olympics My ComLuv Profile

  16. admin Says:

    Hi Melissa,

    You are so right on. It is easy to get trapped into our work when we truly enjoy what we do. And we both truly enjoy what we do, how exciting is that.

    But if we don’t take the time to really enjoy our family and enjoy why we do the work we do…. others will never be able to prosper and grow with us. Not only does your family want you, but you also want your own pleasures to give you the positive energy to keep going.

    Enjoy your work, enjoy your family, enjoy your life … you deserve it all!


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