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Reading Time: 19 minutes Wow! It’s so hard to believe we’ve made it to Episode 100! Join me as I celebrate this milestone for It’s About Time that wouldn’t be possible without YOU! From my top 10 takeaways, big lessons learned and even mistakes made along the way – grab your earbuds and let’s celebrate Episode 100 together!

Celebrate Your Wins: 10 Key Takeaways from the First 100 Episodes of It’s About Time

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt self-conscious or worried about what someone else might think of something you really want to do. Charleston wedding photographer and educator Natasha Coyle knows exactly how you feel. From starting a successful business with zero experience behind the camera to going viral on TikTok, Natasha knows a thing or two about pushing through nerves and getting back up after falling down. Listen in to find out how being different has made all the difference for Natasha, and how being yourself is always the best strategy for success.

Be Different: Living with Confidence and Authenticity featuring Natasha Coyle

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Reading Time: 18 minutes Pardon my progress, but a LOT has been happening behind the scenes around here. This past week I started a brand new, full-time role with an amazing, mission-driven company. As you can imagine, a whole lot of thought and deliberation went into my decision to say YES to becoming Head of Community at Clockwise, and that’s exactly what I’m revealing in this episode. Press play to find out the three most important factors in my decision and what this means for the future of It’s About Time.

What Matters Most: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at My Newest Adventure in Time Management

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When many of us migrated from office buildings to our kitchen tables, spare bedrooms, and home offices in 2020, Alexandra Samuel got to work pouring her decades of remote-work expertise and productivity tips into the ultimate guidebook for remote work. Find out what it means to work like a “business of one,” how to navigate micromanaging bosses and more from the author of Remote Inc.: How to Thrive at Work…Wherever You Are.

How to Thrive at Work… Wherever You Are featuring Alexandra Samuel

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Setting and sticking to healthy boundaries is easier said than done. Saying “no” can be challenging, and the next thing we know our calendars are filled with other people’s priorities. Listen in as Ciji Townsend, host of the Being Balanced podcast shares what it means to be balanced, and how to define and enforce healthy boundaries in your life. Hint: It starts with getting clear on what matters most.

Balanced Not Busy: How to Set Healthy Boundaries and Actually Stick to Them with Ciji Townsend

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Are you making the most of your time at work? Sure, you might be crossing lots of things off your list. And yes, you might “feel” really busy. But the real question is How much time are you spending in the Zone – aka your Genius Zone? Find out what’s in YOUR unique Genius Zone, why it’s so important and how to clear your plate of the other stuff that’s zapping your energy and wasting your precious time.

In the Zone: Are You Making the Most of Your Time at Work?

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The 24/7 nature of the modern workplace means that the boundaries between work and “not work” are blurrier than ever before. It’s even hard to know where your job title ends and your identity begins. Trust me, I’ve been there. In my conversation with Millennial Career Strategist Adunola Adeshola, she tackles toxic work environments, desperation hires, articulating your unique value, and separating your personal identity and self worth from the job title on your business card.

Work/Life Balance, Redefined: Why Your Identity and Your Job Title are NOT One and the Same

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Are you a leader? Chances are – even if you don’t see yourself as a leader – others are looking to you because of your unique impact on the world. Not sure what that impact is? Executive Coach LeeAnn Moss is here to help you level up your leadership at work, home and in the community by sharing her best tips for cultivating your soft skills, making time for rest, and defining your unique impact before someone else defines it for you.

Level Up your Leadership: How to Define Your Unique Impact featuring LeeAnn Moss

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Stepping away from work for more than a few days – whether you’re a corporate professional or a business owner – is challenging. How do you maintain your momentum? How do you meet your financial goals if your income or benefits are reduced? How do you create a plan for yourself if there’s no HR department to do it for you? Today is Day 1 of my maternity leave, and in this episode I’m diving into how to prep for extended time off so you can actually disconnect and focus on being Out of Office.

Out of Office: How to Prepare for Extended Time Off So You Can Actually Disconnect and Step Away Stress Free

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We’re often taught that singing our own praises is a bad thing. Some of us were even told to “just work hard and keep your mouth shut” in order to move up the ladder. Danielle Bayard Jackson, owner of TELL Public Relations knows that there’s a better way, and in this episode she reveals her pro tips for being your biggest own biggest cheerleader and sharing your unique impact with the world. We also dive into friendship, battling burnout and setting healthy boundaries.

Time to Shine: How to Get the Recognition You Deserve Without Feeling Boastful or Braggy featuring Danielle Bayard Jackson

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