Most people, when they sit down to “work,” end up doing whatever is top of mind. But, if we do THAT, when do we work on the things that matter most? Today’s podcast will walk you through a simple way to make projects and routines work together so you can accomplish your goals and objectives without feeling overwhelmed!
Most of us wouldn’t say that we LIKE friction, but most of us have a tendency to keep it in our lives. We struggle with the same frustrations over and over again–convinced that there’s no way out because we have no control. But what if we could change that? Today’s episode will hopefully inspire you to create solutions that will make a huge difference!
Growing and learning is a privilege. If you look back 5 years, or even 1 year, you can see at least one area where you’ve transformed. Yes, the progress doesn’t always happen as quickly as we’d like, but in my opinion, if we know we’re on to something, and if we feel good as we keep moving forward, it’s worth the ups and downs and all the energy that is required.
I truly believe that the time we are sick can be a type of chrysalis–where we can grow and change for the better, even though it isn’t necessarily a pleasurable experience. I’m sending a huge hug if you are currently not feeling well, and I hope that this podcast can send a little extra love and compassion your way.
If this topic resonates with you, it’s most likely because you’re responsible, capable, and there’s a lot on your plate. I’m excited to share 5 of my best tips with you today!
We are beyond grateful to have reached 200 episodes of the podcast! Today we’re sharing stories from our community members about how they’ve put the principles of LearnDoBecome Radio into action. 🙂
A mind sweep is an incredibly powerful tool, but most people don’t really know when and how to do them—and what to do with the mind sweep once it’s completed. Today, I’m going to share a few principles to help your mind feel even more calm and clear.
We’ve all had (and continue to have) our share of broken things in our lives. Here’s a helpful framework you can use to decide how and when to process these items.
A STEP Command Central is like a car—you need all the PARTS in able for it to get you where you want to go. Today, I’m taking you through an informal “Command Central Quiz” so you’ll know if you have what you need to build your system and get totally out of the overwhelm.
We all have those projects on our list that we aren’t super excited about, but it is possible to feel joy throughout the process! In today’s podcast, I’m sharing how considering the purpose behind projects and breaking them down into next actions makes all the difference.