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Welcome to The Best of Yay for Business Podcast, where we are recapping some of the most popular episodes ever that you HAVE to listen to!! For a long time, I have been obsessed with the concept of time management and understanding how people produce their best results. I believe that productivity is not a rigid formula and that there are different ways to manage your time.
Unlike what many experts say, time management does not have to be color-coded calendars, pristine planners, or perfect organization. It also does not have to be waking up at 5 AM each morning solely to be up earlier than others.
Time management should be working with your schedule in a way that leaves room for self-care and self-compassion. Of course, some tasks are non-negotiable. However, if you stray from the exact time blocking you gave yourself for the day, things will not crumble around you, I promise!
I will tell you when to give yourself more time when to give yourself less time, and how playing with your time management strategies will benefit you and your business.
In today’s episode, we’re specifically covering
- Action-oriented time management
- Using your calendar as a tool and not as the dictator of your day
- Trying different methods to find what works for you in your current phase
- Knowing your work priorities
- Giving yourself time for your goals
Today we talk about Time Management, so are you ready to create a schedule that allows you to take two weeks off from your business and set yourself up for success?
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Different planning methods I have tried:
Cal Newport- Recommended:
Other Resources Mentioned:
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Other episodes you should check out:
Ep 14: Anti Planning
Ep 15: Realistic Goal Setting
Ep 28: Hire Your First VA (Plus 25 Tasks to Give Them!)
Ep 54: Schedule Smackdown for Service Providers