Gail Kreitzer of The Little Big Things, LLC helps people create space in their minds so they can live with less stress and greater intention. She joins Laura Greco on SuperPower Mommas as they discuss how to eliminate mental clutter and achieve inner balance. Gail’s company offers training services and tools designed to facilitate her approach to mental organization, which fosters enhanced productivity and mindfulness across all areas of one’s busy life. Gail believes that mental organization is a key pillar of health & wellness. Listen in on the conversation as she shares the tools she teaches and steps you can take right away at home to begin to unravel the overwhelm in your life…you won’t want to miss this!
Hello and welcome, everyone, to SuperPower Mommas. I am your host, Laura Greco. This is a place where you are going to know for sure that you are not alone in your parenting. Today, I have a wonderful guest and we are talking on the topic of eliminate mental clutter and achieve inner balance. Gail Kreitzer is just a delicious person. I met her and she came into a networking meeting and how she described herself is an inventor and I thought that was an amazing way to describe what she does because her whole thing is about decluttering overwhelmed minds through something that she did invent which is Dashboarding. So Gail, thank you so much for being here and welcome to our show.
I am thrilled to be here and I do remember the first time we met at a meeting. It was like love at first sight and I enjoy being part of your meeting and really, it was at the very beginning of my whole business journey and I just will always remember it and cherish it.
Yes, thank you, Gail. Thank you. So we’re going to start with our traditional question and then we’re going to elaborate on what it is really that dashboarding is and what you do. So what is your superpower?
My superpower is really all about helping people distill modern-day overload. What do I mean by that? Well, I’m obsessed with helping people through the power of dashboarding which is a visual and intuitive approach to organization. I’m obsessed with helping people create space in their minds so they can focus on what matters most in their lives. I think that we all tend to carry a lot in our brains because we don’t know where to put it. We know where to put some of it but a lot of it we just hold onto so we don’t lose it and I think that makes it really difficult for people to live proactively. I think people live very, very reactively, including children. So my superpower is all about helping people distill mental clutter and get to less.
Isn’t that beautiful when we all like to be able to live in a more streamlined and peaceful or harmonious way, right? And it is true that there is so much stimulation, so much research, so much going on, so many things as a mom, more influenced by as far as what we should or need or the “should” be doing with our children and I love that you have developed this program that allows people to really calm it down to what’s important and also to categorize things. So to go a little further, I’d like to ask you, Gail, how did you start to get into this? You didn’t always do this so what drove you here?