My name is Gail Kreitzer.

I help people create space in their minds so they can focus on what matters most in their lives. I believe mental organization is a key pillar of health & wellness.

I teach an intuitive and visual approach to personal organization called Mind Management that reduces anxiety, enhances executive function and cultivates personal empowerment.

Additionally, I have invented a unique life management tool called MY Dashboard® Planner that helps people implement the Mind Management practice easily.

Namaste *** Gail

What is Mind Management?

Mind Management is an organizational practice that revolves around your MIND as opposed to your TIME. The foundation of Mind Management centers upon unpacking and organizing the complete contents of your mind via “mental dashboards” and then continuously assessing your tasks/thoughts both at the macro and micro levels. This method heightens self-awareness and fosters enhanced problem-solving.

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So far, Gail has shared her Mind Management practice with over 1,000 people and has learned first hand that “modern overload” knows no boundaries. It impacts women, men, – working, and non-working- during every stage of life.

What is MY Dashboard® Planner?

MY Dashboard® Planner is the tool that Gail invented and manufactured to help people implement the Mind Management practice quickly and efficiently. Gail was frustrated with her home-made tool and decided to make something much more professional, long-lasting and user-friendly.

MY Dashboard® Planner looks like a typical planner from the outside, but on the inside, a whole new journey awaits you. It allows you to create, maintain and easily access dozens of separate to-do lists, each stored on individual MY Dashnotes® (a.k.a.sticky notes) that adhere to specially designed “dashboard” inserts. These dashboards allow you to see the big picture of your life which greatly improves problem-solving and decision-making.

  • Do you carry the weight of your mind in your head because you don’t know where else to store everything?
  • Are you a list person?
  • Do you love technology, yet still find yourself writing things down?
  • Do you have a centralized location for note-taking and task management?
  • Do you store stuff in your phone, but never look at it?

Never lose track of a stray task, thought or idea again! Discover the surprisingly pragmatic tool that will help you reduce your anxiety, hone your prioritizing skills and cultivate personal empowerment.

Create dashboards using Dashnotes™.

Find out what REAL clients think about their MDP!

How can I learn the Mind Management practice?

You have three options.

You can attend one of Gail’s Mind Management presentations where she teaches her practice. To check out the upcoming event schedule, please click HERE. (You can also invite her to present at a business or organization that you are associated with.)


You can purchase MY Dashboard® Planner and become one of MY Dashboardians™. Membership comes with a variety of training related guidance.


You can sign up for private, one-one-one coaching where Gail will teach you every step of her Mind Management practice in more detail and help you navigate your busy mind. This is a great option for individuals who want a customized and personalized training experience that revolves are THEIR schedule. For more information, please click HERE.

What comes with the purchase of MY Dashboard® Planner?

The MDP Navigation Guide- detailed written instructions on how to practice every step of Mind Management using your MDP.

Access to complimentary monthly group coaching webinars (1-2 per month) exclusively for MY Dashboardians™.

Membership to closed FB group just for MY Dashboardians™ where extra tips and guidance are posted.

Subscription to MY Dashletter™ where Gail shares extra guidance and tips regarding personal organization and peace of mind.

Click HERE to review the FAQ about MY Dashboard® Planner or HERE if you are ready to purchase the ready-made tool.


“Everything is under-out-of-control.” Gail Kreitzer

“The mind is everything. What you think, you become.” Buddha

“When people will not weed their own minds, they are apt to be overrun with nettles.” Horace Walpole

“To a mind that is still, the whole universe surrenders.” Lao Tzu