Want a better life? 

Master your day with confidence. 

 

 

 

You're smart, talented, curious, and ready.

Remember the embarrassment of the last time you were late because you couldn’t find a critical piece of paper?  Or you felt the irritation of friends and family when they asked yet again if you would be ready on time.

 

Wouldn't it feel great to stop those comments with a new reputation for reliability?

When you're distracted by the noise of clutter, disorganized information, fuzzy goals and expectations, and life's demands, it's impossible to reach for the things that matter most to you.

 

Daily hassles control you. Let's change that.

Improvements happen one small action at a time.  

But where do you start? 

 

Start by adding your name and email address and clicking the gold box.

 

 

 

 

 

Here are a few key areas this simple exercise spotlights for a balanced, healthy full life.  

  • Fun & recreation

  • Financial health

  • Organized spaces

  • Reputation 

  • and more...

"Our conversation yesterday was so helpful! I feel blessed to have you in my corner. You are so easy to talk with that I found myself unguarded, just telling it like it is.

It is your attitude that fosters that kind of candidness. And after we hung up I realized that I had more energy and felt lighter..."  Thanks so much for your support! ~SB

 

Now, let's talk about you.

 

 

                                               

 

 

 
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I'm Leslie, and for decades I've taught and coached people to organize their lives at home and at work. Conversations lead to clear thinking and intentional actions that are the foundation of a masterful life.  

 

I'm eager to collaborate with you as you choose, and follow, the paths that take you where you want to go.  

Having a trusted partner is especially important if you suspect, or have been identified, as having AD/HD. Attention Deficit Disorder is common. I call it Attention Diffused Differently and know it's an asset, especially when guided. 

 

There's non-judgmental help here.

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