With a ten week old baby at
home I decided to take some of my own
and simplify my to-do list by recycling this
issue's feature article. Below you'll find a
recent article from
e-zine Daily Candy
tips from myself and my colleague,
on "Managing the Working Mom's
To-Dos". Just remember, delegation is
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|How to Manage Your To-Do List
The following article ran in Daily Candy
in March of 2008.
Do. Delegate. Drop.
Whirling too fast? The secret of the happy
accurately spotting the mark. We asked life
Corrine Bucher and Amber Rosenberg for
managing the working mom's mountain of
1. Make a master list of all your
2. Take a clean sheet of paper and make
columns: Do, Delegate, Drop.
3. Put each item in a column. Don't confuse
choices with no choices. Remember, this
4. Set yourself up to be accountable: Enroll
supporter and share your list.
Now, turn into the spin.
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Amber Rosenberg is a professional life
working mothers manage guilt and
and re-define success on their own terms.
A working mother herself, she spent 12
years struggling to create her own
balance in the Fortune 500 world and is
passionate about helping women actively
want to spend their time.
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Amber co-authored the book Inspiration
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