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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: 5 minutes Dr. Tiffany Eurich, self-proclaimed philomath and PR/marketer extraordinaire, joins us today to chat about the true meaning of serving others and crafting a legacy. If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what you’ll leave behind, this episode will help you figure out what legacy means to you and how to build it every day.

Leaving a Legacy: Finding Time to Make an Impact

Leaving a Legacy

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Reading Time: 7 minutes Hiring good help never feels easy.

Sometimes, it feels like an uphill battle to find the right people — whether you work in a nonprofit or corporation, or you own your own business. Luckily, I’m chatting with Julie Gerdes, owner of Little Rouge Hen and hiring strategist extraordinaire. In this episode, we discuss the power of self-awareness, how to delegate and make space for creativity, and how to use the Myers-Briggs to build the best team possible.

Using the Myers-Briggs to Build a Stellar Team

Myers-Briggs for Teams

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Reading Time: 7 minutes Work-life balance is out. We’re living well-rounded lives, instead.

Geomyra Pollard, the queen of living well-rounded, graced my microphone this week for a fantastic podcast episode that details her journey to find balance in her life. In this episode, we discuss why living well-rounded is the key to doing it all, Geomyra’s top tools for staying organized, and why we should all be asking for more help. This interview made me feel so much more in control and calm — I can’t wait for you to hear why!

How to Live a Well-Rounded Life

Well-Rounded Living

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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 How does someone achieve work-life balance, launch four successful businesses with their partner, and still find time to spend with their kiddos? Kat Schmoyer is a business coach, integrator, and entrepreneur who’ll tell you that it’s no walk in the park, but it’s doable. Big-picture planning and finding the right project management and biz operation tools are key. So is pursuing work that you truly love.

Doing All the Things: Task Management and Quarterly Planning with Kat Schmoyer

Quarterly Planning with Kat Schmoyer

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Reading Time: 3 minutes If there’s anything we’ve learned from the past few years, it’s that we can’t can control everything. But we CAN have a bit more control over things within our lives, businesses, home and calendars. Alexandra Beauregard of The Productivity Zone believes we can use routines and simple systems to create freedom and spend time on what matters most. Find out how she uses emojis and color coding to stay organized, and what routines have in common with your undies!

Running on Routines: How to simplify and systemize your unique rhythm for work, life and balance with Alexandra Beauregard

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Reading Time: 2 minutes For many of us, talking about money and finances ranks pretty high on the difficult conversations list. Financial confidence is usually not something we’re born with, it’s acquired. Fortunately, people like Sarah Becker of Becker Talks Money exist to demystify finances and – dare I say it – make talking money FUN. Listen in for Sarah’s first steps to financial freedom, how to get comfy talking dollars and cents and more!

Let’s Talk Money: The First Steps to Financial Freedom featuring Sarah Becker

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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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