Boss Mom

One of my former clients sent me her success story last week.

She had her second baby last year while growing her business. She set some goals that seemed big and scary…

And she met them.

She had plans in her brain about what she wanted to do…

And she did them.

She is creating her life, rather than being at the effect of it.

One of my favorite things about her is that she is clear on her priorities and what she really wants.

She hired me to help her make her life happen – the way she wanted it to.


Are you true to your priorities? Do you create what you want? Are you willing to believe that more is possible for you?

I hope you’ll consider it.

Have an amazing day, one thought at a time!


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a plan

It’s your *Think it Thursday* and a plan.

How often do you plan your time?

Do you love to plan? Hate to plan? Fight against it? Feel restricted?

I can relate to all of these statements to be honest.

Planning and organizing my life is not something that comes naturally to me.
I crave order and systems, and yet I fight against it.

But, I’m doing it anyway.

As I’ve been planning more, here’s what I’ve found:

Planning never seems exciting, but I do it anyway. (and feel awesome afterward)

When I have a plan, I waste less time.
When I plan my “do nothing time,” I enjoy that time much more.

Planning makes my life easy.
Planning takes the weight of worry off my shoulders.

When I say, “I’m too busy to plan or be organized” – I’m wrong.

Planning is the remedy to busyness.

Click here for a complimentary start a plan mini session.

Let’s get you going.

Have a great day – one thought at a time!

-Molly Claire



The entrepreneurial spirit often comes with passion, excitement, big ideas, and ADHD.

It’s true.

We all have some level of distractibility. No matter where you stand, today’s post is a quick and easy reminder about effective calendaring.

It’s nothing new or revolutionary, but it works.

When you have a project to complete, do this:

  1. Write down every detail that needs to be completed. (No, really – everything. Separate each task.)
  2. Write down the exact amount of time you will spend on each part of the task. Do your best to guess. Remember that if you give yourself an hour to do something, it will take an hour. If you give yourself “all day…” it will take all day.
  3. Calendar in each part of the project, like an appointment. An appointment has a beginning and an end. It requires us to commit.
  4. Follow your calendar.

Big projects are usually overwhelming because of how “big” they seem in our mind. When we get mathematical about it, that’s when we move closer to our goals.

Feeling overwhelmed? Too much to do, too little time?

Calendar. Do the math. Set appointments. Make it happen.

Have a great week!

-Molly Claire