TPP #59 – The Only One Small Thing You MUST Do Today

Welcome to Episode #59 of The Planner Podcast.

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In this episode, I share making one small change and doing one small thing a day is the key to hitting all of your goals and not feeling overwhelmed.

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  1. Rebecca
    / 7:42 pm

    Listened to your February segment and was really encouraged. I’m a perfectionist, and I procrastinate because I haven’t figured out the perfect plan on how to accomplish my task, goal, etc. I will look at my goals and break it down and work on one simple task until it’s accomplished.
    I needed to hear this

  2. Cathy
    / 10:56 am

    I have to remember one day at a time, one thing at a time will make a big difference in the end. I like what you had to say! It really hit home!!!!!

  3. debby hamilton
    / 10:17 am

    Thank you for the uplifting encouragement .. you are right on target for issues and solutions, yet not overwhelming me with information.
    I need fellowship and suggestions- without judgment. you do this with understanding any struggles. One Day at a Time.
    I also love your tribute to Elders past and present.

  4. Linda
    / 9:20 am

    Thank you for the reminder of one small step. Too often I feel like I need to do it all NOW.

  5. Kevin Tweeton
    / 7:27 am

    Thanks for the tips!

  6. Paula Donnell
    / 7:19 am

    Feeling like I am definitely on track this year! I am not trying to do too much in too short of period of time. I can easily overwhelm myself with too much to do in too little of a time. Not doing that so far this year!

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