the process of planning and exercising conscious control of time spent on specific activities
In this episode, Jimmy discusses Time Management and Burnout with Ioannis (pronounced Yanee) Gratsinopoulos!Ioannis started early in his career travelling the country as an evangelist and keynote speaker through the 501(c)3 that he started and ran. He has led/co-led 7 organizations, which include 2 churches, an evangelistic ministry (mentioned above), and 4 businesses. His leadership roles have spanned from start-ups and small churches, up to larger churches and even into the Fortune 200... including being an award-winning corporate trainer and coach with-in a Fortune 200 company.In this episode we discuss figuring out your goal for your business, managing your time, and avoiding burnout through Biblical principles.Feel free to follow more from Ioannis at www.gratsllc.com!Resources mentioned in this podcast:Biblical Business Leaders Facebook GroupIf you'd like to watch this on Youtube click here! Feel free to check out our podcast site at www.biblicalbusinessleaders.comGod Bless!Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/oh-I6fcmpp4
In today's episode, Emily has a very special guest, Lexie Hall. Lexie is a client of Emily's Evolve X mentorship program. Emily is doing a series with past clients to allow them to share their personal growth journey of evolving. Each client has a very different experience and we are so honored to be sharing some of them. Lexie is a small town girl from Southern California who left home at 17 to join the US Army. We thank you for your service Lexie! She currently works in the medical field and over the last several years has been on a path of her own personal healing, which lead her to the Evolve X program. Lexie shares her experience going through EMDR therapy and how bringing her trauma to the surface in order to process it and heal from it was life changing for her. Lexie explains how she has worked with other coaches in the past and although they were great, she realized she wasn't ready to make the changes necessary at that time in her life. Lexie explains how negative things in life are necessary and are meant to teach you something and it's important to try to learn from every situation you are given. She feels that having a lifestyle of personal development, practicing gratitude and know how to respond to everything are what will help you walk through these situations in life. Lexie discusses her thoughts and perspective on the difference between victim mentality vs. victor mentality. She is also very open about her struggle with time management and that it does not come easy to her. She shares how she was able to improve on this through the program and that she keeps going back to that portion even after the program is over. Lexie shares so much in this amazing interview and is an amazing example of what this program can do for you! Follow Lexie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lexie__hall/?hl=en Check out her podcast Phasing Soul Podcast: https://spoti.fi/3fYFVHH Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/phasing.soul/?hl=en
Richie passed his first two sections, and then failed two sections in a row. In this episode, you'll hear how he figured out what went wrong, and what he did to pass those last two sections to finish his CPA exams. Important Links: Learn our “ultra-efficient” CPA study methods here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/study-secrets/ Enter the free podcast giveaway: https://www.superfastcpa.com/enter Episode Timestamps 00:00 Richie Interview 03:26 Introduction 04:08 Originally a Math Major 08:40 How Richie Started the CPA Study Process 10:03 Passed First Two with the Traditional Approach 10:58 Why the Traditional Approach Didn't Work Anymore 12:35 Difference After Using SuperfastCPA 14:30 How Self-Written Flashcards Made the Difference 18:06 "I Started to Remember Things Quicker, Faster, and More Efficiently" 22:14 The "Passing Formula" 23:42 How Richie Used Practice SIMs in His Study Routine 26:48 The Key to Time Management on Exam Day 30:46 "It Just Makes So Much Sense..." 33:14 How Richie Used the Study Tools 36:42 Most Helpful Part of the Program for Richie 38:48 Richie's Top Tips to Those Currently Studying Learn the SuperfastCPA Study Approach, Free You'll hear me mention the SuperfastCPA study process multiple times in this episode. What we teach our customers is how to have a 2-hour main session each day where you can get more done than someone studying 4-5 hours the "normal way". We cover this in our free "study trainings", which are 1-hour webinars where you'll learn exactly what to do when you sit down to study so that you can 1) move through new material faster, 2) understand and retain it better, and 3) spend less time in front of your review course WHILE getting better results. Register for a free session here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/passnow OR, just text PASSNOW to 44222 and we'll text you back a link to the training. This is one hour that will literally save you months of time and frustration from trying to figure this stuff out on your own, so register for a session today! Register for a free session here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/passnow
Nearly every client I have has told me how overwhelmed they feel…and we're only two weeks into 2022! That's why I'm so excited to be joined by special guest Megan Sumrell, a Time Management and Productivity Coach for women seeking work and life harmony. Megan teaches specific strategies to help women get on top of their time, calendar and goals while getting rid of stress, overwhelm, and exhaustion. She dropped so many juicy nuggets in this episode on how to think about time differently and I know you're going to LOVE it! In this episode Megan and I chatted all about: Why women everywhere are feeling tapped out The expectations we have about our time that are hurting us Megan's 5-step process to time management from the “bottom up” How to deal with uncertainty in your life and so much more! Want to connect with Megan? Follow her on Instagram and Facebook, and check out her FREE Ditch the Overwhelm cheat sheet. Connect with Market Like a Boss! Join us inside the Market Like a Boss group where we talk all about putting you in the driver's seat of when and how you get clients for your business. Book your Accelerate to 10K call today to help you strategize on how to make a $10K month from your Facebook group! Listen + Subscribe on ITUNES or STITCHER I'd greatly appreciate a podcast rating and review so that this podcast can reach more women! Search for the podcast in your podcast app (Market Like a Boss) Scroll down and click 5 stars Tap “Write a Review” & enter a brief review Press send
Join me in this conversation for those who don't naturally associate with being a salesperson. You'll discover what it takes to be above average (hint - it's not much!) and have success in sales. We review key ideas that you can bring into your sales style that make it fun, effective and natural. Chris Croft is a worldwide expert on Time Management, Project Management, Leadership and Negotiation. He is one of the UK's leading trainers and provides a wide variety of courses designed to involve, inspire and motivate people of all levels. To date Chris has trained some 87,000 people and enjoys a 94% rate of repeat business. Listen out for: Why learning about sales is actually much easier than you think Chris's definition of sales that make it so much fun and exciting to sell Key questions to ask that make you more effective in selling What happens when you focus on listening and providing value Bonus: Find more training with Chris at https://www.chriscroft.co.uk/ Go to Sellingwithlove.com for video access to the show or directly to youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5VaR6Z3wfElWFZn64ugOBw New to Selling with Love Podcast? I'd love to connect with you. You can find me, your host, Jason Marc Campbell on the following Channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonmarccampbell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonmarccampbell/ *Selling with Love Podcast was previously known as Superhumans at Work by Mindvalley.
More often than not, we find ourselves unstoppably scrolling through our phones because, at some point, we're already exhausted enough to our deepest points. No energy left to move. Lost ourselves against all negative emotions. As a result, we think we cannot change our world. But the truth is we are. We can change the world by living by our purpose. This episode is all about the importance of spending 80% of your time doing your life's passion. So join me as we let all unrewarding habits go and shift into those that lead us to our life's greatest point. “Depending on what perspective or lens you look at it through, you can be the victim or the victor.” – Keith Kalfas Why do you have to listen to today's episode. 00:44 – Choose to do things you love and break everything down into smaller tasks. This helps lessen the exhaustion. 04:03 – Surround yourself with your “fab five.” Sometimes, learning comes from other people's experiences, so learn from it. 06:55 – You're capable of changing the world. Look at things from a spiritual perspective. Don't waste willpower on unrewarding things. 11:15 – Always choose to become the victor and not the victim. You'd want to live 80% of your time doing your life's purpose. 14:03 – To reach greater heights, you should cut out all negativity in your life. You shouldn't have a foundation built from lies. Key Takeaways “When you do something– things that you love, they inspire you, and they give you the energy that comes from a source and a place a never-ending. Its constant abundance. It gives you the energy to do it. It doesn't feel like work. But when you do things that you feel like you have to do or that is a chore, they drain your willpower, and they suck you dry.” “It's very important to have people around you – your fab five – that can give you perspective.” “You're supposed to live your life's deepest calling and change the world. You're supposed to build the multimillion-dollar business that gets to a point where it's residual, where you can go give back and save the Earth.” “The thing that gives you the reason to become a very structured person with high levels of aspirations – a high demand on yourself in high success – is that you know your life's mission, mandate, and purpose, and you're not confused on it. When you know what your life's purpose is, you get very much clear about everything else.” Connect with Keith Facebook Instagram YouTube LinkedIn Website Resources/People Mentioned: My Website: Official Site Keith Kalfas My Blog: The Blog of Keith Kalfas My Resources: Resources (keithkalfas.com) Eben Pagan's Wake Up Productive: Wake Up Productive by Eben Pagan Dr. David R. Hawkin's book: Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender Try Jill's office today and get a $25 discount when you say or type untrapped. Click here to Jill's office.com Have almost anything you need to be delivered at your doorstep with Lowe's Home Improvement. Please leave us a well-written, positive 5-star review if you liked the show. You may click here. Also, please rate us on Spotify App. We appreciate it so much.
We all have time, we all have expectations about how we want it emptied or filled, and we have a lot of hard, busy, stressful days that we need to manage so we don't lose our minds. It's a front-burner challenge pretty much all the time. Today I want to go a bit higher level and share some essential mindsets or mantras that will impact your time management no matter what your time looks like. I have said all of these in fits and starts in different places, but this is your episode to have all of your time management mindsets in one place.Helpful Companion LinksEpisode: 177: The Lazy Genius Plans a DayEpisode 198: How to Lazy Genius Your To-Do ListEpisode 238: How to Get Stuff Done When You Don't Feel Like ItEpisode 127: The Lazy Genius Chooses a PlannerJoin me over on Instagram @thelazygenius for more Lazy Genius lifeLaundry episodes: 21: The Lazy Genius Does Laundry and 113: The Lazy Genius Does Laundry UpdatedEpisodes 235: When You Disagree on What MattersDownload a transcript of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I created my vision board for the first time in 2021. I had a board full of dreams and hopes. Some of them came true, some of them are over their way to complete and some of them, well, to put it politely didn't even come close. I am reviewing my last year's vision board with you. I am also going to spill some beans about the vision board for the year 2022, Did I even make one? Did I add the goals or part away with some? Let's catch up in this episode. Please visit my website - www.morningcupofsunshine.com for more details. 'Like my Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Morning-Cup-Of-Sunshine-109242180807079Email address - firstname.lastname@example.org
When I ask people what the hardest part of finishing their goals is, the #1 answer is always time management. We're all too busy, and we all have a finite amount of hours in the day to work with. But would you believe me if I told you that you can create more time? Because you can. In this episode, I'll teach you the power of a Time Audit, show you to use it to get a grip on your calendar and create more time to spend doing what matters most. If you're constantly wishing for more hours in your day, this episode is for you! From This Episode:Catch up on Part 1, Part 2, and the Motivation PortfolioGrab a 2022 Finish Calendar!Check out the Finish CourseYou can get more info on the Soundtracks Video CourseEnter code JONACUFF at Ukwazi Makadamia to get a free snack-size package of macadamia nuts with any order!Follow Jon on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.Order Soundtracks, Jon's newest book available wherever you find quality books!
Here are the things to expect in the episode:When should you start managing your time?What does it mean to be more intentional with your time?How to use a calendar mapping method effectively?Tools that will help you love your calendar. Why do you need to define your own version of success?Mixing love and business: Tips to owning a business with someone you love.And much more!About Jessica:Jessica Bledsoe is a serial entrepreneur, dog mom, part-time van lifer, and the co-founder of pav*r, a time management app that integrates with your Google Calendar. Jessica is passionate about helping business owners and busy people reclaim their time so they can live more and work less.Connect with Jessica Bledsoe!Websites: https://getpavr.com/ | https://wefunder.com/pavrLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessbledsoe/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessbledsoe/Connect with Kamie Lehmann!Website: https://www.kamielehmann.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kamie.lehmann.1LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kamie-lehmann-04683473
You've Made It Through Relax and soak in the results of working on yourself and improving your life. Listen now to affirmations because "I've Turned My Life Around" The sister episode to this one is Episode 68 You have the Power to Change Want the ad free version for $0.99 USD? Buy it on the app at AffirmationPodApp.com And don't forget to check out the new Alexa flash briefing "Your Morning Minute." It guides you through deep breaths and empowering questions, all in one minute! Available as an Alexa flash briefing, a podcast, and its own section on the Affirmation Pod app! Find out more at YourMorningMinute.com TODAY'S SPONSOR OUAI is a cruelty-, sulfate-, and paraben-free hair care line from celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin. It's great for all hair types, including hair treated with keratin, chemicals, or color. I highly recommend the Detox shampoo! Go to THEOUAI.com and get 15% OFF your entire purchase when you use OUAI promo code AFFIRMATION WANT MORE EPISODES LIKE THIS ONE? Episode 368 Shifting Priorities Episode 362 Building Momentum Episode 349 Detaching from Distraction Episode 335 I'm on the Right Track Episode 309 Affirmations for Focus Episode 248 Guided Affirmations to Structure Your Day Episode 239 Affirmations for Productivity and Focus Episode 27 Discipline (Calling All Procrastinators) Episode 24 Here You Are...Focused Episode 13 Time Management REVIEWS
In this episode, we talk to Oliver Burkeman, New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author of 4,000 Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, about why and how to balance productivity and the present.Topics Discussed-Ancient philosophy's perspective on work and productivity vs nowHow our mindset towards work changedIs living forever bad?The balance between productivity and the present Why and how being highly productive leads to more workStrategies to prioritize time and lifeTime management for studentsThe most impactful books of Mr. Burkeman's lifeMr. Burkeman's advice for teensOliver Burkeman is the author of the New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller Four Thousand Weeks, about embracing limitation and finally getting round to what counts, along with The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking and Help! How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More Done. For many years he wrote a popular column for the Guardian, 'This Column Will Change Your Life'. In his email newsletter The Imperfectionist, he writes about productivity, mortality, the power of limits, and building a meaningful life in an age of distraction. He lives in the North York Moors. Our Website: https://www.aimingforthemoon.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiming4moon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Aiming4MoonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-TwYdfPcWV-V1JvjBXk
We love talking about technology and how it's going to work in our everyday lives. Jake gives some insight to how he manages his time at work, and the conversation eventually turns to hypothetical (or not so hypothetical) space travel. Would you go live on a space station for a year if you were chosen to do so? What if you could take one person? (Jake would take Tyler...right?)Follow us on Instagram!Similar Vein Instagram: @similarveinpodcast Follow us on TikTok!Similar Vein TikTok: @similarveinpodcast
Myk Likhov is an entrepreneur and widely recognized expert in the wellness industry. After receiving his MBA from world-renowned Wharton Business School, he realized that he was simply going through the motions and checking off the boxes that society expected of him. Instead of diving back into the investment world, he pursued his passion of starting a yoga company called Green Monkey. In his 4 years with the company, he grew it from concept to $900K revenue in 2010 to $2M revenue in 2011.After exiting management and ownership of Green Monkey in 2011, Myk returned to the world of startups and consumer products. He leveraged his educational and professional background and was the COO of a financial product business. In 2015, he decided to pivot back into the wellness space by launching Modern OM. Modern OM is all about opening up a conversation around what it means to be spiritually engaged in our contemporary modern lives. As Myk puts it, the family business is rooted in the mission to edge the world in the more conscious direction. He works alongside his mother and stepfather to create energy-infused jewelry and build a conscious community where they host daily in-person and online spirituality events and workshops. In 2022, Myk is looking forward to expanding Modern OM and is on a journey to facilitating conversations about what it feels and looks like to be spiritual. Listen in on today's episode to learn more about how Myk balances business and spirituality and his advice for people who are looking to go on a similar journey! Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, Simplecast, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered:How external pressures stifled Myk's true passions and interests from a young age The benefits and highlights of running a family business Shifting from the overachiever mentality to building a soulful careerThe inspiration behind the name and concept of “Modern OM” Myk's tips for how to stay grounded and aligned with your mission while growing a business Practicing meditation for ourselves versus practicing for the benefit of othersHow to get started on your mediation journeyAbout our guest: Myk's InstagramMyk's LinkedInModern OM InstagramModern Om WebsiteSpecial Offers: If there's a topic or charity you want us to highlight on the podcast, DM it to us on Instagram @getbusylivin_podListeners of the pod can get a free chapter of Barry's book, Brilliant: The Basics. Simply go to getbusylivinpodcast.com/brilliant to download it now. Follow Us:Get Busy Livin' Podcast WebsiteGet Busy Livin' Podcast Instagram Get Busy Livin' Podcast TwitterAnne's Website Anne's LinkedInAnne's InstagramAnne's TwitterBarry's WebsiteBarry's LinkedIn
On PivotMe today, we have Eric Rebelo, the founder of a digital business development firm that builds sales & marketing growth systems for service-based businesses. He does this by using online advertising, SEO, conversion websites, and media. Eric explains the power of having a compelling offer to attract customers and minimizing the message on your website to stimulate people's interest. He also explains the importance of being intense with your Facebook ads to stand out and eventually increase your conversion rates. In this episode, we discuss the importance of placing your main focus on your clients and tailoring your message to what they need today. Listen in to learn how to apply the 80/20 rule in your marketing campaign by doing small things that will get you a lot of impact. Pivotal Questions Asked: [2:57] Talk to us about what you do today and what your clients typically look like. [21:57] Who is this strategy right for, and who isn't it right for? [40:50] What do you love about this topic, and how did you end up here? [53:45] If you could tell the world one thing, what would it be? In This Episode You Will Learn: [3:15] How Eric helps service-based businesses with higher profit margins do advertising by increasing their online traffic. [5:23] Why you should have a compelling offer to attract people to what you're selling. [13:57] How to use human psychology when creating Facebook ads to increase your conversion rates. [20:05] Learn to be uncomfortable so you can be the best in your industry when it comes to scaling your business. [27:31] The small things to improve your Google ranking and increase your scaling results. [32:16] Marketing inflation – learn to keep up with the market, or your business is going to fail. [47:24] The importance of having a peer group to help you in your journey to growing a business. [53:50] He explains the importance of getting clear and consistent with your goals to achieve them. Quotes: “You have to have some type of offer that when you put it out there it's understanding the customer's problem and they actually desire it.”- Eric [5:40] “You want to be best possible business and be better than your competitors in every single way you can because mediocrity isn't acceptable anymore when it comes to really scaling your business.”- Eric [21:38] “Don't just spend all this time getting better on your craft, you've got to let the marketplace know who you are.”- April [31:56] “The tough part about growing a business is that no one really believes in you at the beginning until you actually do anything.”- Eric [47:24] Connect with Eric: https://www.ericrebelo.com/ ___________________ What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!
In this live stream, we talk about the importance of time management and I provide tips on how to overcome procrastination. Morning Motivation Hosted by Brittany Daniel is a segment of the Brittany Daniel Podcast. This live stream features conversations centered around personal development, encouragement, and motivation for anyone needing an extra push to create the life of their dreams. Live streams are weekdays at 8 a.m. EST on Facebook and YouTube.
Get yourself out of survival mode as you listen to this incredible interview where Elyssa Smith breaks down what truly is "survival mode" and how to hack it. We address what is so often the core of overwhelm and stress, 3 steps to step out of survival mode, and the science behind our processing that allows us to move shame out of the way and awareness and action take precedence. Check it out on audio, video, AND a full blog at www.MamaSaysNamaste.com/podcast-survival
Episode 308 A Podcast For Social Media Transformation Strategies for Busy Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Voted one of the TOP 20 BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION PODCASTS of 2021 by Welp Magazine! 2022 will be the year to shake things up! Focus on planning how you will attract and connect to your target market. Important Show Links: Digital Marketing Made Easy! Digital marketing doesn't have to be a bear or expensive! Groove Funnels makes it easy. You have access to: Funnels Landing pages Email marketing campaigns Email list management Shopping cart Calendar scheduling AND SO MUCH MORE Try it for FREE with no credit card needed by CLICKING HERE. FREE Access to GrooveFunnels - the new best way to build better funnels Free for LIFE No games. No fine print. No credit card needed ever! $99/month value… Now free. Grab your account while you still can! Best Social Media Scheduling Tool: Schedule social media content with ease! Try CinchShare! Get a 45-day free trial by clicking HERE Lora's Ring Light click HERE Lora's Tripod click HERE Lora's Yeti Blue Mic click HERE For Lora's Dragon Pad pop filter click HERE For Lora's Sound Shield click HERE Canva click HERE CinchShare click HERE Learn From Lora Daily: FREE Resources: https://lorashipman.com/resources/ Learn Instagram and Canva easily and affordably, visit: https://lorashipman.com/courses/ Check out Lora's Blog: https://lorashipman.com/blog/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lora_shipman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoraShipmanOfficial/ YouTube: Click HERE Email: LoraShipman@me.com Address: 3152 Little Road, #192, Trinity, FL 34655 Some links listed above may be affiliate links and will award me a small commission. Thank you for your support!
The biggest disability of all is the fear of failure. Born with a hip disease that made physical activity difficult and painful, Johnny Caffaro's determination to play football, basketball, and baseball led him to overcome innumerable obstacles that were laid in his path. Johnny is proof that though these obstacles may set you back, they can end up propelling you forward towards a greater destination. Today, Johnny stays active and regularly assists doctors and patients in the medical field. He also dipped his toes into the fashion business, forming a partnership with an artisan shoe-making company, Caffaro Shoes. Johnny sits with Samuel Gbadebo to share how he entered the medical field with the goal of helping those who were experiencing the same challenges he faced and how he managed to incorporate fashion and medicine in his career. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Medical Sales Podcast Community today: evolveyoursuccess.com
If it ever seems like there is always too much on your to do list, this episode is going to help you start to set priorities every day so you can achieve the most important things in your business. Setting daily priorities will help you to stay on track to achieve the weekly or monthly goals you've set and it will also help you be realistic about what can be achieved in a day. In this episode, I'll cover: Why you should set daily priorities How to set daily priorities How to follow through on your priorities Instagram | Website | Show Notes Web Design for Food Bloggers
YOU ARE NOT GOING TO WANT TO MISS THIS CONVERSATION! I am bringing back my friend, Renae Fieck and we are talking all about unlocking your unique cycle advantage with her new framework and program. As you will hear in this episode, I am absolutely geeking out about how incredibly freeing it is to be able to learn about and begin to sync our days with our natural energy rhythms. In this episode we cover: How to embrace both your feminine and masculine energy Naming your cycle story Which types of tasks to focus on in each of the 4 phases and SO MUCH MORE! Grab a pen and paper because you are going to want to take so many notes! Renae is a mom of 3 and occupational therapist. She helps women optimize their time and energy through unlocking the power of their cycles so that they can be thriving high achievers. Through her method she helps women balance the demands of life, make a bigger impact, and get bigger results without adding more stress or needing more time. She's the host of Cycle Advantage Podcast. She can be found at www.renaefieck.com. Grab the Cycle Tracker!!! Listen to episode 61 with Renae Listen to The Cycle Advantage Podcast Instagram Connect with Sarah www.yoursimplybiglife.com Peace and Productivity Planner Instagram
**BEST OF 2021** Are you looking for ways to save time?There are plenty of tools out there to help streamline your work processes, but how do you know which ones work best? Find out what websites are causing you too many minutes of distraction, and learn how to batch check your emails rather than becoming a slave to the inbox. Website time tracker Rooster, time calculator Erik Rood, and email client Tempo are the three tools that help me get more out of my week. I'll explain how I use them and how you can incorporate them into your work week. Tame your email addiction and get your web browsing working for you. Links to tools: Rooster Erik Rood Your Tempo Superhuman Connect with me on the socials: Linkedin Twitter Instagram If you're looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a fortnightly newsletter that contains three cool things I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co Visit https://www.amantha.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes. Get in touch at email@example.com CREDITS Produced by Inventium Host: Amantha Imber Sound Engineer: Martin Imber
Starting season 2 off right! Ant & Shawley sit down with one of the highest caliber content creators in the digital space, Matt Komo. They talk about how they all met and Matt shares some of his achievements in his filmmaking career alongside his routine that helps keep a work-life balance, collaborating with Alphalete as well as some of his future projects including his own NFTs.
Episode 307 A Podcast For Social Media Transformation Strategies for Busy Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Voted one of the TOP 20 BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION PODCASTS of 2021 by Welp Magazine! I GET IT! Creating social media content is hard and time-consuming. I manage A LOT of social media accounts so I have developed a couple of strategies to help me create social media easily and on a timely basis. Tune in for 3 strategies you can start implementing today! Important Show Links: Digital Marketing Made Easy! Digital marketing doesn't have to be a bear or expensive! Groove Funnels makes it easy. You have access to: Funnels Landing pages Email marketing campaigns Email list management Shopping cart Calendar scheduling AND SO MUCH MORE Try it for FREE with no credit card needed by CLICKING HERE. FREE Access to GrooveFunnels - the new best way to build better funnels Free for LIFE No games. No fine print. No credit card needed ever! $99/month value… Now free. Grab your account while you still can! Best Social Media Scheduling Tool: Schedule social media content with ease! Try CinchShare! Get a 45-day free trial by clicking HERE Lora's Ring Light click HERE Lora's Tripod click HERE Lora's Yeti Blue Mic click HERE For Lora's Dragon Pad pop filter click HERE For Lora's Sound Shield click HERE Canva click HERE CinchShare click HERE Learn From Lora Daily: FREE Resources: https://lorashipman.com/resources/ Learn Instagram and Canva easily and affordably, visit: https://lorashipman.com/courses/ Check out Lora's Blog: https://lorashipman.com/blog/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lora_shipman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoraShipmanOfficial/ YouTube: Click HERE Email: LoraShipman@me.com Address: 3152 Little Road, #192, Trinity, FL 34655 Some links listed above may be affiliate links and will award me a small commission. Thank you for your support!
You must have heard last week's episode. If not, I would highly recommend that you listen to that episode as soon as you are done. I mentioned in that episode that the word for the year 2022 for me is going to be “simplify”. I am going to try my best to simplify my life and in turn help you to achieve the same. So this is going to be the theme of the year 2022. Today, I am going to talk about 22 simple things that I would love to do in the year 2022. PODCAST | MorningCupofSunshinePlease visit my website - www.morningcupofsunshine.com for more details. 'Like my Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Morning-Cup-Of-Sunshine-109242180807079
Read my new book, The Pursuit Of Excellence https://bit.ly/excellencehawk Text Hawk to 66866 for "Mindful Monday" Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Oliver Burkeman is the author of Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management For Mortals. It's a book that has become an international best-seller. The final person Oliver thanked in his book? His grandmother: “My dear grandmother Erica Burkeman, whose childhood departure from Nazi Germany I describe in chapter 7, died in 2019 at the age of 96. I don't know whether she would have read this book, but she would definitely have told everyone she met that I had written it.” The average human lifespan is absurdly, insultingly brief. If you live to be 80, you'll have had about 4,000 weeks. But that's no reason for despair. Confronting our radical finitude – and how little control we really have – is the key to a fulfilling and meaningfully productive life. When someone close to you dies, Oliver writes, “Such experiences, however wholly unwelcome, often appear to leave those who undergo them in a new and more honest relationship with time. The question is whether we might attain at least a little of that same outlook in the absence of the experience of the agonizing loss.” When stumped by a life choice, choose “enlargement” over happiness. Don't ask: Will this make me happy?”, but “Will this choice enlarge me or diminish me?” The future will never provide the reassurance you seek from it. (This is why it's wrong to say we live in especially uncertain times. The future is always uncertain; it's just that we're currently very aware of it.) Embrace radical incrementalism - People who work a little bit every day tend to cultivate the patience it takes to get good. Oliver tells the old parable about a vacationing New York businessman who meets a Mexican fisherman… The capacity to tolerate minor discomfort is a superpower. The solution to imposter syndrome is to see that you are one - Everyone is totally “winging it.” The lesson to be drawn isn't that we're doomed to chaos. It's that you – unconfident, self-conscious, all-too-aware-of-your-flaws – potentially have as much to contribute to your field, or the world, as anyone else. The original Latin word for “decide” was decidere which means “to cut off” as in slicing away alternatives. The sooner you welcome uncertainty and not knowing as normal ways of being, the better off you'll be. People who work a little bit every day tend to cultivate the patience it takes to get good. These people also quit their day's work when it's finished: they identify what their chunk of time or task is per day, they do that and only that, and save more for tomorrow. “More often than not, originality lies on the far side of unoriginality.” To illustrate this point, Burkeman uses The Helsinki Bus Station Theory. As the photographer Arno Minkkinen explained, Helsinki bus lines start out traveling the same path but then diverge at different points in the route, spreading out to far and wide locales. When you find your work resembles someone else's, or you're on someone else's bus, traveling someone else's path, don't try to go back to the bus station at the very beginning and completely reinvent yourself and start from scratch, keep working and “stay on the bus!” At a certain point, your path will split off into something new. The central challenge of time management isn't becoming more efficient, but deciding what to neglect. In an accelerating world, patience – letting things take the time they take – is a superpower. In conditions of limitless choice, burning your bridges beats keeping your options open. The need to control events is unhelpful. There is too much uncertainty for that. Is "follow your passion" good advice? Find something you're good at instead. Do things "daily-ish" Harness the power of patience as a force for daily life. Relish the value of consistency. Goal setting: "We are incapable of living goalless lives." With that said, "a plan is just a thought." Excellence: A willingness to accept the truth of their present situation and not wear blinders. They are clear-eyed. Generosity to other people. They have a basic assumption of a non-zero-sum world. Four Thousand Weeks is an entertaining and philosophical but ultimately deeply practical guide to the alternative path of embracing your limits: dropping back down into reality, defying cultural pressures to attempt the impossible, and getting started on what's gloriously possible instead. It's about actually getting meaningful things done, here and now, in our work and our lives together – in the clear-eyed understanding that there won't be time for everything, and that we'll never eliminate life's uncertainties.
Do you make a "To-Do" List? Podcast helps with—time management, letting go, awareness, co-creation w/ The Universe, and alleviating pressure. Some people live and die by their "to-do list" to manage their daily tasks for business and life success. I have definitely been that person. This Good Karma Success Coach Podcast shares a journey I had this week regarding my beloved Post-It Note Daily To-Do Lists that I have talked about before. Subtopics: Letting go, time management, awareness, alleviating pressure, talking a walk outside. Also! Co-creating with The Universe, which is something Abraham Hicks talks about a lot. My bestselling book that I mention Life & Love Lessons- How To Discover Confidence Through Your Spiritual Journey is available on Amazon in Paperback, eBook and Audible. Let me know what you think! Thank you for listening and sharing! ______ Melinda Van Fleet is a Sales Strategy & Success Coach | Consultant who helps businesswomen make sales and feel good. Life Coach for female entrepreneurs. Mindset and tactical tips for business and life success- Human Design, intuition, and confidence building. Check Out These Fast Paced Transformation Courses: Supercharge Your Transformation! Own Your Personal Power and Success Now! https://www.goodkarmaconfidence.com/courses/transform Medium.com Excellerant Course https://www.goodkarmaconfidence.com/courses/medium Private FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/beyondbasic Connect on FB, LI, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, or IG melinda_vanfleet Medium Publication is Beyond Basic. https://medium.com/beyond-basic Two Weekly podcasts: The Good Karma Success Coach- GKSC Tab Crush It In Sales- CIIS Tab https://beyondbasicscoaching.com Are you ready for private 1:1 coaching? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
How much time should you spend together? What constitutes quality time? How do you talk about your need for alone time, and time apart? How do you divide your time when you're busy and there never seems to be enough time? In this episode, Jess and Brandon share their personal responses to the questions in the “Talking About Time Discussion” — questions and reflection prompts for better time management in relationships. You can utilize it with a partner or any other loved one and use these prompt to get started: How much time do you like to spend alone and why? How much time do you want to spend with friends? Why is it important to you to spend time with friends? How much time do you want to spend with your family? Why is time with your family important to you? Are you happy with the time we do spend together - would you like more or less? Would you like to spend our time together differently? What benefits do you attach to spending time apart? What do you see as the greatest impediment to spending quality time together? How can we address this? What change can we make this week to improve the quality of the time together? How did your family spend time together growing up? What might you change if you could do it again? What is your definition of “quality time”? Do you have any experiences; with quality time, lack of time, or time apart from other relationships that might help me understand how you feel about how we allocate time together and apart? Special thanks to our sponsor Adam and Eve. Use code DRJESS to get 50% off almost any item + get FREE shipping + some Free goodies If you've got questions or topic suggestions for the podcast, submit them here. As well, you can now record your messages for us! Please record your message/question in a quiet room and use your phone's headphones with a built-in mic if possible. And be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music & Stitcher!
Journalist Oliver Burkeman has made a delightful and important philosophical, spiritual, and practical investigation of all that is truly at stake in what we blithely refer to as “time management.” At this time of year, many of us are making plans and resolutions — treating time as part bully, part resource — something we could fit everything we want into if only we had the discipline. This conversation is offered up to release you from that illusion. He invites us into a new relationship with time, our technologies, and the power of limits — and thus with our mortality and with life itself.Oliver Burkeman is a journalist and author. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals. He's also the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking. He writes and publishes a twice monthly email newsletter called “The Imperfectionist.” You can find The Guardian column he wrote from 2006 to 2020 online. It's titled, “This Column Will Change Your Life.” Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.
Journalist Oliver Burkeman has made a delightful and important philosophical, spiritual, and practical investigation of all that is truly at stake in what we blithely refer to as “time management.” At this time of year, many of us are making plans and resolutions — treating time as part bully, part resource — something we could fit everything we want into if only we had the discipline. This conversation is offered up to release you from that illusion. He invites us into a new relationship with time, our technologies, and the power of limits — and thus with our mortality and with life itself.Oliver Burkeman is a journalist and author. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals. He's also the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking. He writes and publishes a twice monthly email newsletter called “The Imperfectionist.” You can find The Guardian column he wrote from 2006 to 2020 online. It's titled, “This Column Will Change Your Life.” This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Oliver Burkeman – Time Management for Mortals." Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.
On this episode, you'll discover:- Why setting ANNUAL goals rarely work and what to do INSTEAD- My "10 Magic Questions" I ask myself every 90 days to stay FOCUSED- How to design your IDEAL WEEK (Especially when you have a day job)- What "Timeboxing" means and how to use it!- PLUS get access to a workbook!- And much much more!BONUS: Have you grabbed your FREE copy of my new book, Your Message Matters? Just go to: https://go.marketyourmessage.com/freebookWhat's Next? Whenever you're ready... here are 3 ways I can help you: Step 1. Get the Book Your Message Matters Book: https://jmill.biz/MqjYJPStep 2. Discover Your MessageTake the 14-Day Discover Your Message Challenge: https://jmill.biz/pfeonPStep 3. Get Personal Help & Mentoring Apply to Jonathan's Mentoring Program: https://jmill.biz/pNzhrB
In this episode, I talk to bestselling author Oliver Burkeman about his latest book Four Thousand Weeks. On the surface, it's easy to mistake it for another self-help book on time management. But instead of enthusing about productivity hacks, Oliver challenges his readers to confront the finite nature of humanity. By doing so, he argues we can live fuller lives—without having to always carry the fear of missing out. We also touch on the topics of procrastination, positive psychology, flow, realism, deep time, and patience.BioOliver Burkeman is a journalist for The Guardian. From 2006 to 2020, he wrote the popular weekly column on psychology called “This Column Will Change Your Life”. He is the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking and Help! How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More Done. In 2015, he won the Foreign Press Association's Young Journalist of the Year award, and has been short-listed for the Orwell Prize. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals.Website: www.oliverburkeman.comTwitter: @oliverburkeman Topics00:02:03 The efficiency trap00:05:34 Accepting human limitations00:08:35 Why we handicap ourselves00:13:07 How to be a better procrastinator00:18:32 Each activity is paid for with your life00:20:55 The joy of missing out00:23:55 Harness more deep time00:27:57 The common theme of Oliver's books 00:32:02 Realism and doing the impossible00:37:29 Productivity and self-worth00:40:53 Embracing boredom instead of acceleration00:46:14 Developing a taste for problems00:50:21 Radical incrementalism00:57:30 “Originality lies on the far side of unoriginality”01:01:06 How time management distracts us from wonder01:03:50 Oliver's approach to new year resolutions
Are the negative thoughts you're having serving you? Most of the automatic negative thoughts you often have rarely protect you from getting hurt, they only cost you opportunities. In this episode of PivotMe, April explains the automatic negative thoughts and the 7 steps to identify and destroy them. Listen in to learn how you can start paying attention to the negative thoughts you're having, evaluate if they're true, and then rewire your brain to positive thinking. In This Episode You Will Learn: [2:05] PivotMe's branding journey to YouTube – the resistance and finally taking the action. [4:36] ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) – what they are and how to kill them or replace them with badass thoughts. [9:38] How to shift your thinking from the negative you believe others think of you to the positive. [10:20] Eliminate negative labels on yourself or others. [13:00] The 7-step formula to recognize your thoughts, change them, and rewire your brain. [20:12] The process of rewiring your brain to positivity so it can start serving you. Quotes: “Stop for a moment, evaluate the opportunities that lie in front of you, and then make a decision instead of simply dismissing the opportunity.”- April [3:31] “Negative thoughts keep us small; they keep us frustrated, they keep us angry, they sour our relationships with others and with ourselves, and they rob us of the joy of the moment.”- April [4:16] “A lot of times those negative narratives that we build are really around something that we're insecure about, not necessarily something that the other person is thinking.”- April [10:07] “Our brain is there to protect us not always to empower us; it doesn't usually make us the best version of ourselves, it makes us the most cautious version of ourselves.”- April [18:57] What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!
We all associate the word Tailgating with college football. The word conjures up visions of BBQ grills, smokers, people sitting around in chairs, decked to the gills with their teams' colors, plates filled with 5 lbs. of goodies…and of course everyone comes to these things with a colossal appetite! Each year, just in the US, we spend $12 billion on an estimated 50 million tailgaters. Since around 1/3 of all people who tailgate don't even go into the stadium, this unique American pastime has fans hooked before, during and after the game. There are countless styles of tailgating grills/smokers/speaker systems, and other accessories The modern tailgate does have its roots college football, when in New Brunswick, New Jersey, a game between Rutgers and Princeton in 1869 started the tradition of groups congregating with food and drink to cheer together for their ‘team'… actually, in the 1861 Battle of Bull Run in the American Civil War when civilians from both sides gathered with picnic baskets to watch the battle and root for their soldiers. Today, it's just an excuse to get together with family and friends, and chow down. So, here's a few simple ideas on what you can put together for your next tailgate party-
Episode 306 A Podcast For Social Media Transformation Strategies for Busy Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Voted one of the TOP 20 BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION PODCASTS of 2021 by Welp Magazine! During the last several years, video has become more and more prominent on social media. If your business isn't creating it, you will be left behind and your competitors who are using video will prevail (even if their product/service is substandard!) In this episode, I identify the top reasons why most businesses don't create video and what you can do to overcome the excuses. Important Show Links: Digital Marketing Made Easy! Digital marketing doesn't have to be a bear or expensive! Groove Funnels makes it easy. You have access to: Funnels Landing pages Email marketing campaigns Email list management Shopping cart Calendar scheduling AND SO MUCH MORE Try it for FREE with no credit card needed by CLICKING HERE. FREE Access to GrooveFunnels - the new best way to build better funnels Free for LIFE No games. No fine print. No credit card needed ever! $99/month value… Now free. Grab your account while you still can! Best Social Media Scheduling Tool: Schedule social media content with ease! Try CinchShare! Get a 45-day free trial by clicking HERE Lora's Ring Light click HERE Lora's Tripod click HERE Lora's Yeti Blue Mic click HERE For Lora's Dragon Pad pop filter click HERE For Lora's Sound Shield click HERE Canva click HERE CinchShare click HERE Learn From Lora Daily: FREE Resources: https://lorashipman.com/resources/ Learn Instagram and Canva easily and affordably, visit: https://lorashipman.com/courses/ Check out Lora's Blog: https://lorashipman.com/blog/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lora_shipman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoraShipmanOfficial/ YouTube: Click HERE Email: LoraShipman@me.com Address: 3152 Little Road, #192, Trinity, FL 34655 Some links listed above may be affiliate links and will award me a small commission. Thank you for your support!
Time Budget Resources: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/timeJust like Dave Ramsey has you use cash envelopes for your spending budgets, we can reserve envelopes of time for our various responsibilities across the week.Rather than scheduling 20 minutes for folding laundry, 10 minutes for sweeping, and so forth for every task we have on our list, we can look at our days and weeks as a whole and reserve chunks of time for types of tasks. Then when that chunk of time begins, we can assess the current state of things and decide what comes first and what's next.A week is never going to play out the way we budget our time, but it's still a valuable exercise because as we mark out the time commitments we have, we start to see where we have margin, where we need to create margin, and perhaps why things like grocery shopping or phone calls are so stressful – there's no place for them in the flow of our week!As we start filling in the overview of our weeks with our commitments and responsibilities, we also need to keep an eye on whether or not we have healthy amounts of rest built into our weeks. We can't function in go-go-go mode all day, every day.
David and Joe discuss the importance of using your schedule to its best advantage. Time management is critical for today's real estate industry when both challenges and opportunities require us to spend our time as wisely as possible. Often it takes a ruthless commitment to having a planning block to work on schedules and time management. Who in your life are you expressing your plans to? Accountability is important to help you stay committed to your plans and adhering to your schedule. If you are committed to your goals, do you have enough reasons to achieve them? That will drive your ability to follow through and take action. Look at your goals, intentions, and plans for the quarter, then drop any hesitations so you can make that commitment. Your standards will determine your follow-through. And you can convince yourself to achieve anything if you have enough reasons! Follow David at @daviddmorse on Instagram and Joe at @joe.quattrucci. Join David & Joe at Keller Williams Arizona Realty, where productive agents redefine their business. Reach out by DM, email at email@example.com or directly at 480-767-3000.
Is every minute you spend making you money? In this video, we discuss a Todd Duncan time management process that brought Wally Elibiary from earning $145 an hour to $2,700 an hour. You won't want to miss this. Read the full blog post here: https://toddduncan.com/time-managemen... ------------------------------ Keep up with me and what's new on my other channels: • https://toddduncan.com/ • https://www.instagram.com/toddduncanofficial • https://www.facebook.com/ToddDuncanofficial • https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddduncanofficial *https://twitter.com/toddstweets
Get ready to be inspired! As we start 2022 we have a fresh start to make Real Change. What better way to learn how to do that than with today's special guest Don Hobbs. Don got his start with Tony Robbins when they both started out their careers with the late Jim Rohn who was one of the greats in self-development. In this episode we discuss how to get past your limits, find more time to get things done, plan your life first and so many other inspirational words of advice. Get out your pen and paper.
So many of us are obsessed with time management and as a result our focus becomes misplaced. To maximize our time and productivity we need to shift our mindset and our actions based on the things that affect our energy. When we give our attention to the things that restore and build energy we become highly efficient at everything we do. Learn how to optimize your energy while avoiding these 8 energy draining behaviors so you can crush all your 2022 goals.
It's the beginning of a new year, so you know what that means, right? There are hella messages from everybody and their momma talking about what all you SHOULD be doing. Working out, hustling harder, saving money, redecorating your house, finding the cure for COVID. It's a lot, and baby, that pressure to have everything all mapped out and ready to go at the top of the year is tew much.
Writing an email while on a Zoom call. Talking on the phone while walking. Scrolling through social media while watching a movie.In both our work and our play, we're all doing more and more multitasking. Doing two things at once makes us feel as if we're more efficient and getting more done.But my guest would say that all this task juggling actually makes us less productive, while diminishing the quality of our work and stressing our minds, and that we'd be better off curbing our multitasking in favor of monotasking. His name is Thatcher Wine and he's the author of The Twelve Monotasks: Do One Thing at a Time to Do Everything Better. Today on the show, Thatcher explains the illusions around multitasking and the benefits of monotasking — that is, bringing our full focus to a single task at a time. We discuss why reading is a foundational part of becoming a monotasker, and then get into some of the other activities Thatcher recommends monotasking, including walking, listening, traveling/commuting, and thinking. Thatcher argues that doing things like listening to a podcast while cleaning your house isn't necessarily a bad thing, but that you may want to try stripping everything away from your daily tasks except the primary tasks themselves to observe the resulting effect and to strengthen your "monotasking muscles" and rebuild your attention span. Once you've experimented with doing a task alone, you can then decide to layer back in the second activity, or, maybe decide you actually liked giving it your all.Resources Related to the PodcastAoM podcast episodes with Cal Newport on Deep Work and Digital MinimalismAoM podcast with Oliver Burkenan on Time Management for MortalsAoM podcast with Nicolas Carr on how the internet affects our minds and attentionAoM series on how to improve your listeningAoM article on the benefits of being fully presentAoM article on working when you work, and playing when you playConnect with Thatcher WineCompanion Website to the Monotasking BookThatcher's WebsiteJuniper BooksListen to the Podcast! (And don't forget to leave us a review!)