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.
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!
There is a SUPER common problem that keeps us from feeling calm and productive when it comes to our projects. Come listen (or read) and find out what it is, why we do it, and how we can change!
A “Weekly Review” is an incredible tool that keeps a Command Central up and running week after week. These four tips will not only make the process much more simple and doable–they’ll also leave you with a calm mind and a “lift” when you think about the coming week.
Have you ever felt hesitant to open up a text (or email) because you knew there would be a task associated with it? Say goodbye to the mountain of unread texts and tasks that previously felt overwhelming or difficult. In today’s podcast, I’m sharing three tips for utilizing a Next Actions List to extract and accomplish these tasks.