She was a business owner; an educator; a benefactor to her community in numerous ways; a state leader in her political party; and raised three boys.

From the day her eldest son went to summer camp till the day she passed away she took time to write a letter to each of her three sons for everyday they were away from home.  Over 30,000 letters!  That didn't include all the handwritten holiday cards and personal notes to clients and friends.

We often complain we don’t have time to do the things we want to. The reality is we need to focus on what is important to us and get after it. 

How did my mother do it?  She created a process to make sure we had a letter every day.  She organized every step of the way. From start to finish.

She was a master of time management. She made it possible by having a process for everything she did.

“Does thou love life? Then do not squander time; for that's the stuff life is made of.”
-Benjamin Franklin