We’re about to make a slight shift here at LearnDoBecome.com, and we’re really excited about it.
We’ve been talking about productivity and “getting things done” a lot lately. And we love that. And it’s not going to stop because we have this dream of a Command Central on every desk.
However, this community is not “just” about productivity. It’s about architecting lives of excellence. (And we know “architect” isn’t officially a verb, but we use it that way because we like how it feels, and this process is all about thinking out of the box…)
Architecting a life of excellence means we deliberately create plans for who we want to become and what kind of lives we want to create. We invest serious energy strengthening our families, we structure our day-to-day activities so they lead us toward our goals, and we reach out to help others who are journeying alongside us.
So over the next few months, you’re going to be seeing more variety in the types of posts and podcasts we publish. We hope you’ll leave comments and give us lots of feedback so we’ll know the best way to grow together as a community. It is a gift to have you with us!
Today’s podcast features audio versions of four posts we published previously on the website. We know it’s nearly impossible to sit and read all the articles on the site, so we’re reading them TO you in bite-sized podcasts you can listen to while you’re on the go–or taking a rest–or cleaning up your house.
The links to the four posts are below, if you want to review any of them, and we’d love for you to share LearnDoBecome.com with your friends.
Thanks for the work YOU do as a Life Architect. Together, we’re going to do some amazing things.
April and Eric
Sometime what we want for our lives is very different from our realities. Take this dream nursery I envisioned–and compare it to the stroller where our first child slept when all we had was a tiny student apartment. More examples and things to make you smile in the post!
Ever notice that it’s really easy to forget to take care of yourself? This is my checklist I use on a daily basis to remind me what I need to stay sane. You may want to adapt it–or make one for your spouse or children. 🙂 I’ll explain what all the symbols mean in the recording.
I try to avoid tantrums as often as possible (and it’s totally gotten better), but in this post, I’ll take you inside my head and explain why I was randomly stomping around the house in a huff–plus I’ll share the ideas that have dramatically reduced my general level of frustration with myself and my family. This beautiful quote, painted by my daughter, is part of it!
Back in January, Eric and I attended Michael Hyatt’s Best Year Ever conference, and I had some major a-ha moments as I recorded my goals and then identified the limiting beliefs that had been holding me back. It’s a little embarrassing, but I’ll share them all with you here in this post–and I’ll show you the “liberating truths” I created to replace those limiting beliefs. Six months down the road, and this process is WORKING! Come see how!
To listen to the audio post, click the audio player at the top of the page–or subscribe to LearnDoBecome Radio through any podcast app.