I feel so all over the place.
I never know what to do first.
I can never get enough done.
There’s always so much left on my to-do list.
If any of those statements resonate, then this is the episode for you.
So many of my time management clients come to me hoping to build a little bit more structure into their work day. Regardless of whether they’re running their creative empire from a home office, or running a team at their 9-5. This is even a common problem across industries – marketing, medical, sales, legal and more.
All of that to say is that – if you’re struggling with structure, you are NOT alone.
Tune in to hear more about:
My top recommendation for adding structure to your day, whether you’re running your own business or climbing the ladder at your 9-to-5.
How Parkinson’s Law affects how much we can do in a set amount of time.
The two game changer routines that are the “bookends” of your workday.
How to end your day and actually shut off “work brain” so you can be present with family and friends.
How to design your Ideal Week using task batching, time blocking and theme days.
Do you currently use any of the structure strategies mentioned in the episode? Think you might start? Let us know over in the It’s About Time Podcast Community on Facebook. I’d LOVE to hear how you create structure in your workday.
Gretchen5552, Thank you so much! Finding balance in our crazy lives can be such an adventure of trial and error, and I’m so grateful that you’re along for the ride. Thank you for joining in the excitement with me, and I hope that tips and insights from interviews are super helpful. It means the world that you took a moment to leave a review.
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LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Design Your Day by Claire Diaz Ortiz – One of the first time management books I ever read. It’s a great, quick read.
Trello – The online task management tool I use to organize my whole life
The Simplified Planner by Emily Ley – My favorite planner.
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