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Reading Time: 7 minutes Mentors: Do you have one?

There are so many people out there who are fantastic, amazing experts in the areas we want to improve in our own lives and work. We want to listen to them! I want to caution you against trying to listen to ALL of them, though. Instead of helping you, trying to learn from tons of different mentors will only lead to overwhelm. That’s why I’m sharing 4 keys to choosing mentors who will help you take action, rather than spin your wheels.

Pick Your Mentors: How to Get Expert Advice Without Getting Overwhelmed

Choosing Mentors Wisely

life

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: 5 minutes Do you find yourself running around all day, zig-zagging between tasks, going across town just to come back… and then go again? Tune into this episode to learn how you can give your routines a physical flow that makes sense and saves you time, energy, AND money!

How to Give Your Routines a Physical Flow

Give Your Routines Flow

life

Reading Time: 12 minutes For the second time in as many years, my family and I just moved! And surprisingly, it was nearly STRESS-FREE. If you think that’s not possible, you need to listen to this episode to learn what inspired our recent move and how we planned financially by setting goals and sticking to them. I also cover what I’ve learned from moving 13 times since college graduation, my packing process, and my #1 recommendation for getting unpacked and settled stress-free!

How to Have a Productive, Stress-Free Move

How to Move Stress-Free

life

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

interview

Reading Time: 4 minutes Do you ever find yourself wishing you had more hours in the day? It turns out, it’s not about having more hours but being able to get more out of the time you DO have. To make the most of your time, it’s all about finding flow. In episode 136 of the It’s About Time podcast, I’m teaching you everything you need to know about flow — including how you can find it, and how to cultivate it. Listen to it on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts!

The Key to Getting More Done: Finding Flow

Get More Done by Finding Flow

productivity

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

interview

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

recharge

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

interview

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

interview