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6 Ways to Organize Your Mind

6 Ways to Organize Your Mind
Some people thrive under pressure. They feel that multitasking has become a sort of art form... a constant challenge to see just how many things or tasks they can handle at once?

If you're that sort of person, you would rather be overwhelmed than under, right? But the truth is, you may be spreading yourself too thin. 

The rest of us find ourselves in a perpetual state of distraction, stress and overwhelm, which happen to all be symptoms of a disorganized mind.

The key to a less hectic, less stressful life is not in simply organizing your desk, but organizing your mind.

How can you really organize and prioritize your mind when you have SO much on the agenda for the day? 

Health and wellness coach, Margaret Moore, MBA, shares what you can do to immediately better organize your mind. 

The 6 principles of an organized mind:
  1. Intentional: your brain is focused on where it should be
  2. Deep: really focus on ONE thing at a time
  3. Agile: the opposite of multitasking
  4. Diverse
  5. Energized: physical
  6. Energized: emotional 
Featured Speaker:
Margaret Moore, MBA
Coach MegMargaret Moore is co-founder (with Carol Kauffman) and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, and co- course director of the annual Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference offered by Harvard Medical School. Margaret's collaboration with Edward Phillips, MD, to create a Harvard Medical School CME program to teach physicians basic coaching skills, led to the launch of the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine now based at Joslin Diabetes Center, of which Margaret is an advisor. She is a co-founder and co-leader of the National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches ( which is developing national standards and certification of health and wellness coaches, to help catalyze the transformation of our healthcare system.

Margaret is a faculty member of the Harvard University Extension School, teaching coaching psychology courses.