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Reading Time: 4 minutes Nothing about life is set it and forget it. Neither is time management. Whether it’s a routine, a task management tool, or your trusty to-do list, time management isn’t a Crockpot. Our lives change and evolve, and our methods should, too. But how do we know when the time is right to pull the plug on our old routine or time management strategies so we can craft a new one? Tune into this week’s episode to find out.

When Is a Time Management System No Longer Serving You?

Is your time management system working?

routines

Reading Time: 4 minutes Remember when you were a kid and you were so excited for the day you could go to bed whenever you want? Well, it turns out that’s not the best thing for us. As adults, we need 8-9 hours of sleep every night, but most of us aren’t getting that. On this week’s podcast episode, I’m chatting with sleep expert Becca Campbell as she walks us through her killer framework for better sleep, so we can be more joyful, productive humans.

The Key to More Productivity & Joy: How to Get Better Sleep with Becca Campbell

A Better Night's Sleep with Becca Campbell

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Reading Time: 6 minutes Life can be A LOT. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, a working parent, or a business owner, your proverbial plate is full. What if you had more time in your life to enjoy things, rather than worry about the details or how you’ll get it all done? That’s what Stacy Tuschl and I discussed In this episode, Stacy breaks down her framework for implementing (non-boring) systems in every facet of her life, including home, kids, and work.

End Overwhelm With Systems and Processes with Stacy Tuschl

How to End Overwhelm

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Can you define success without involving your job? How do you prioritize what’s important when everything feels important? What is self-sabotage, and how can we ditch that pesky inner voice when it’s being too negative? All of these questions are answered and much more by Karen Mangia, author, thought leader, speaker, and Salesforce executive. Karen has authored four books on personal success, professional success, and the future of work.

The Future of Work and Prioritizing Your Commitments with Karen Mangia

Prioritizing Your Commitments

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Tell someone that you’re looking for a time management hack, and you’ll get different versions of the same advice. Schedule your time wisely. Be organized. Avoid distractions. These pieces of advice are well-meaning — and they work for many people — but they aren’t guaranteed to work for everyone. If you’ve struggled with traditional time management methods and can’t seem to find the right one for you, find out what step to take next.

When Traditional Time Management Advice Just Doesn’t Work

When Time Management Advice Doesn't Work

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Reading Time: 4 minutes Mistakes get a bad rap, but they’re actually a pretty important part of our lives. Ideally, we make a mistake when trying something new, learn from it, and move on. Mistakes like, for example, trying a time management strategy without adjusting it to fit YOU, or buying a fancy planner with the hopes that it’ll ease your struggles. I’ve made these same mistakes, and I’ve learned from them. I took it one step further and created a new time management method that works with you, as well as your goals and values.

Introducing the “It’s About Time Academy”

Introducing the It's About Time Academy

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Reading Time: 7 minutes Does it feel like you’re always behind on your to-do list? Your day is chock full of tasks to get done, and before you know it, you’re sitting on the couch at night feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. All those time management hacks and tricks you’ve tried were never quite enough. Something needs to change, but you’re not exactly sure what kind of support to look for. It might be time to work with a time management coach! Here’s how you know.

7 Reasons to Work With a Time Management Coach

7 Reasons to Work with a Time Management Coach

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Reading Time: 9 minutes Can we all agree that the time change is the worst? Whether we’re springing forward or falling backward, or simply traveling across time zones – being thrown off our internal clocks is a recipe for nodding off in morning meetings and being wide awake when it’s time for sleep. In this episode, I’m diving into how to help your internal clock adjust to time change without chugging gallons of coffee or falling asleep at your desk.

How to Adjust to Daylight Savings Time

routines

Reading Time: 11 minutes Sometimes things don’t go as planned. We make a list of goals, resolutions, dreams and ideas that we’re so excited about! And then life happens, we hit roadblocks and feel like giving up. Find out 3 simple steps for hitting reset on your goals and starting over when you’re feeling discouraged. Plus, find out the right way to use a habit tracker so you can stick with your plans once and for all!

One Thing At A Time: Why Most Resolutions Fail Before February

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Sometimes life can be a LOT. We’ve got deadlines, responsibilities at home, relationships to tend, and more. When the going gets tough, sometimes complaining is our first response to blow off steam. But is complaining even worth your time? Lori Oberbroeckling, author of Secrets of Supermom, is here to talk about one of the hidden time wasters: complaining. Find out how to take back your time, what to do instead of complaining, and how to deal with chronic complainers in your life. 

All Problem, No Solution: Why Complaining Isn’t Worth Your Time featuring Lori Oberbroeckling

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