Getting out of overwhelm is hard. As a High-Performance Productivity NeuroCoach, Alex works directly with high achieving female business owners to ensure they can grow to 7 figures without burn out.
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e121. How to Plan for Uncertainty
10:52Biggest lie out there: plans are pointless if you have a lot of uncertainty. If you feel like things are always changing, then you absolutely NEED to plan. Today, I will tell you how you can embrace a new style of planning!
e120. Does Your Calendar Reflect Your Priorities?
11:10Have you ever just felt "off?" I know I have. I have times where even though things are getting done and I am managing my time well, I just feel like something is "off." This is a signal that your calendar and your priorities are likely out of alignment. This week, I am sharing a process you can go through to help shed light on what changes you may need to make. (You can still join the TOP Bootcamp at www.thetopbootcamp.com)
e119. 3 Buckets of Time Every Entrepreneur Needs to Start With
15:37As a "mompreneur", there is a lot to juggle. Business, home, school, activities, etc. It is so easy to get caught in the place of "squeezing" things in around the edges. If you are always feeling pulled in different directions, the perfect place to start is creating three clear buckets of time in your days and week. If you are ready to learn the right way to manage your time and control your calendar, come join the next bootcamp! Link to TOP Bootcamp: www.megansumrell.com/topbootcamp
e118. Why I am Not Wasting My Time on New Years Resolutions
13:35As we wrap up the year, I want to encourage you to focus your time and energy on what will actually help you hit your goals for next year. No, it isn't a vision board, resolution or goal setting. Today, we are going to talk all about systems. If you want help creating your systems for 2022, come check out Plan-a-Palooza at www.megansumrell.com/plan
e117. Tips to Wrap up the year
9:49Are you desperately waiting for this year to end so you can "start fresh" in the New Year? Stop! We still have important work to do. In this episode, I have a short homework assignment for you that will set you up for success in the upcoming year! And, if you want to join in on the Plan-a-Palooza workshop, you can sign up here: www.megansumrell.com/plan
e116. Are you Assigning or Delegating Tasks?
8:07Do you assign out tasks to others but still feel overwhelmed? There is a subtle difference between assigning and delegating. Today we are going to discuss the two and how you can make a shift.
e115. The 4 Levels Of Planning to Master Your Time
16:00I talk a lot about weekly planning. But, there are actually 3 other "levels" of planning that are critical to put in place to truly master your time and be the planning super star you were meant to be. In today's episode, I break down the 4 levels of planning, why each one is important, when to do them and how you can get started today!
e114. 10 healthy tips that don’t take extra time to help you navigate the holidays with Erin Entlich
35:01I'll be honest. I like to use the excuse that "I don't have time" to live a really healthy lifestyle. Thankfully, one of my best friends is a certified health coach and continues to teach and show me simple things I can do in my life to stay healthy(ish). Today, Erin is going to share 10 tips that you can start doing today to help you stay healthy during the holiday season. And....none of them take up any time!
e112. Becoming a High Achiever without Burnout with Alex Carter
29:30Getting out of overwhelm is hard. As a High-Performance Productivity NeuroCoach, Alex works directly with high achieving female business owners to ensure they can grow to 7 figures without burn out.
e111. What To Do with the Tasks You Didn't Get Done This Week
11:38The week is over and you are looking at the list of stuff you planned to do but didn't get done. Most people will instinctively take all those tasks and then create a task list for next Monday to finish them all. This hardly ever works. When it comes to what I call "carry-over" tasks, I have a set process I go through on how to deal with this. I am going to share that with you today!