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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: 4 minutes Taking it easy may come naturally to some people, but for others, not so much. You may not know quite what to do when your business or your life isn’t keeping you busy 24/7. If your work and other commitments have hit a slow period, why not use this time to gear up for peak seasons to come? Find out how you can remain productive during slower seasons, preparing for busy seasons ahead, while still enjoying time to rest and recharge.

Leveraging Slow Seasons in Life and Business to Lay the Ground for Busier Seasons

Slow Seasons In Business

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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: 4 minutes Gardening is a relaxing, productive hobby. It gets you away from your desk, moving your body, breathing fresh air and soaking up vitamin D. Plus, getting to see the tangible results of your hard work is incredibly satisfying. But did you know that there are even more benefits to tending a garden than you may realize? Find out how gardening can positively affect your productivity and your life in this episode.

What Keeping a Garden Can Teach You About Productivity

Gardening and Productivity

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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: 4 minutes Many organizations experience the “summer slowdown.” People go on vacation, projects get delayed, and productivity seems to slow to a crawl. If your work has slowed to a near halt, should you spend your extra time working harder…or should you rest and relax? Find out how to make a plan for your slower seasons and why taking a break is vital for your productivity.

The Summer Slowdown: How to Adjust Your Productivity for Slower, More Relaxing Summers

Adjust Your Productivity

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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: 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: 6 minutes When we think of “productivity,” we usually think about getting more things done. Checking more off our to-do lists. But that’s not the actual definition of productivity — and it’s definitely not how we want to live our lives. In this episode, I talk about the real definition of productivity, why I want to reframe it to include priorities, and how you can actually decide what to work on next instead of just “doing more.”

Priorities vs Productivity: Choosing What’s Most Important

Priorities vs. Productivity

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Finish lines come in all shapes and sizes. Graduating with your Masters. Buying a house. Getting a promotion. Launching a project. Getting that promotion. Working hard toward something big (or small) and crossing it off your list is an amazing feeling. But before you hit your stride, there’s ONE thing you need to set yourself up for success. Accountability. Find out why accountability is key, how your personality impacts your accountability approach, and where to find accountability that fits your life.

Crossing the Finish Line: Why You Need Accountability to Achieve Your Goals

Achieve Goals With Accountability

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