Three books I recently read have each given me a special lift, and today I’m sharing one idea from each book that I hope you will love, as well!
Whenever I’m looking for a coach, a mentor, or a friend, the first thing I want to know is where they actually want to GO in life. Because if we’re heading in different directions, that influences how closely I follow their advice or their examples. Today, Eric and I are sharing where WE are planning to go here at LearnDoBecome. We’ll highlight three phrases we often use to describe our work here, and we’ll touch briefly on the six areas of focus that mean the most to us as a couple.
I’m sharing two inspiring community stories today that have shown me that we don’t need “more time.” We simply need vision–to see what is possible, to think creatively, and to work in ways that make sense so we can do the things that matter most.
Do you ever feel like you’re “lazy,” or not getting as much done as you “should”? Would it help to learn some specific ways to work WITH your energy (and humanness)? That’s what we’re talking about in today’s podcast!
This might seem like a silly question, but “getting by” actually feels really comfortable sometimes, and “transforming” often feels like it will be way too hard. Today I’m sharing some stories that will hopefully inspire you and give you some new ideas that you can apply to your own life.
When we can “decide once” and reduce decision fatigue, it’s amazing how doable the daily routines can feel! Today’s idea comes from the great book, “The Lazy Genius Way.” Come read or listen to today’s post!
I want you to acknowledge all the good you do, and I want to emphasize the value of what might appear to be insignificant. While we don’t need “credit” to be happy, I hope that this podcast offers some perspective and encouragement today.
Do you often wonder what kinds of things you should keep (for those who come next) and what kinds of things you should donate/clear out of your life? Today, April and Alia are discussing three questions to ask that can bring clarity to this topic!
I used to keep a daily to-do list, and it “kind of” worked, but there are some HUGE advantages to having an optimized STEP Command Central in place. Join us today as we show you how it works!
A couple of weeks ago, I dove into the process of reprioritizing our goals and lists, and I wanted to expand on that as I’ve received a couple of questions from the community. In this week’s podcast, I’m sharing some of the principles behind managing bigger and smaller projects.