Do you ever feel like you are “forcing yourself” to do things you don’t feel like doing? Here’s a fun podcast with Danielle Porter about creating an Energy Map. It just might change your life….
There is more knowledge available to us today than ever before. But what do we DO with everything we learn so it doesn’t get lost in the shuffle? Here’s one simple way to track (and easily find!) all the wonderful things we learn that we never want to forget.
If you ever feel like you spend most of your time running around and putting out fires, it probably sounds HEAVENLY to have one day a week (or even part of a day) for yourself. Today’s podcast will hopefully spark some creativity and give you ideas to help you regroup, refocus, and recommit to architecting a life of excellence one day a week.
Today’s collection of audio posts features a variety of new perspectives that will help you to more fully appreciate the “gaps” in your life, create a personal checklist to keep you balanced, enable you to avoid tantrums, and help you confidently reach toward your dreams. Enjoy!
LearnDoBecome Radio is here to serve you while you’re on the go, and as we celebrate three years of the podcast, we thought you’d enjoy this list of our top three episodes. Thanks for listening!
Is there something you know you need to do–and perhaps feel MEANT to do–but you keep putting it off for one reason or another? Today we’re going to explore why that happens, and we’ve prepared three questions for you to consider so you can finally start moving forward.
Because SO many of our community members have been asking about joining in the 2018 Life Architecture Beta Group, we’ve put this special offer together for you. (Hope you can join us!!)
Do you ever feel like you are being held back from reaching your potential–and that life is always getting in the way? This exercise from Michael Hyatt’s “Best Year Ever” conference gave me some REALLY helpful food for thought. (Hope you try it!)
When you procrastinate, do you feel like you are failing? This podcast with psychiatrist, Dr. Matthew May, provides us with tools to acknowledge our negative feelings with love and find the motivation to make needed changes in our lives.