Need to steer back on track? Read on to learn 4 simple steps to manage your time.
You have a “to do” list. It’s a mile long. Somehow just capturing it all down on paper gives you a little mental release. But, now comes the challenge, how do you fit it all in? How can you spend your day working “on” your business instead of “in” your business?
The way I see it is you have 2 options. You can manage your time more efficiently or hire out.
Let’s look at the first one:
MANAGE YOUR TIME MORE EFFICIENTLY
Leadership expert, Robin Sharma says, “Win The Battle of The Bed. Put mind over mattress. Get up early.” He advocates 5 am as the magical hour to rise. When the world is sleeping you have an opportunity to crank out some dedicated work, without the interruptions of beeps from social and email.
Booking a couple of...
Tricia is a SJFC graduate with a degree in communications + marketing. After college Tricia worked as a real estate assistant and excelled at creating systems and organizing solutions so that a busy business could run smoothly each day. While this was her expertise, she knew she could put this passion to better use. She began organizing in her family and friends homes; smiling each time they told her how much she simplified their lives for the better.
Tricia TenEyck is the owner and lead organizer of Life Made Simple. Tricia lives in Fairport with her boyfriend of 10 years (high school sweethearts!) and her cat Penny. She enjoys taking long walks in her neighborhood, trying out new baking recipes, hosting game nights with friends, and catching up on her favorite shows under a blanket.
Tricia wakes up happy each day knowing she has...
I was watching The Good Wife on Netflix and the two law partners were trying to decide if they should rent additional floors in their building to expand the practice. They went back and forth about it, and then one of them finally said: “Whenever the last partner couldn’t decide something, he always went back to the mission statement.” The other partner replied, “What mission statement?!?”
That gave me a chuckle and got me thinking about the ways we can support ourselves when it comes to decision making.
To clarify, Wikipedia states:
A mission statement describes an organization’s purpose and answers the questions: “What business are we in?” and “What is our business for?” A vision statement provides strategic direction and describes what the owner or founder wants the company to...
Cylvia Hayes is a Certified Empowerment Coach and Trainer, an award-winning environmental and anti-poverty activist and the former First Lady of Oregon. She helps people at mid-life reinvent their lives, careers, and identities and reclaim peace, power, and purpose. A committed social change-maker, she is founder and CEO of 3EStrategies and Cylvia Hayes Enterprises. Her book, When Life Blows Up: Peace, Power, and Reinvention will be out soon!
Cylvia has led a very unconventional life – starting out as a cowgirl and farm kid, surviving deep trauma, winding up on her own at 16, working as a heavy equipment operator and playing scholarship soccer to pay for becoming a first-generation college graduate. Later founding successful businesses, traveling to over 20 countries (so far), being appointed by governors and even serving...
Years ago, one of the only resources for the solopreneur was the Small Business Association, and they would help a new business owner craft a traditional business plan.
Nowadays, there are thousands of experts that support entrepreneurs so that they can meet the demands of what it takes to own and operate a successful, growing business. Among those experts, are business coaches.
Wikipedia states, “Coaching is a form of development in which a person called a coach supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional goal by providing training and guidance. The word “coaching” identifies a process used to transport people from where they are to where they want to be.”
I like that for a basic definition of coaching. Of course, there are various forms, styles, and processes. Keep in mind, a business coach can have a specialty and focus solely on executive planning,...
Elli Runkles is a Sales + Launch Copywriter for coaches and creative entrepreneurs at ellirunkles.com, and creator of the Copywriter on Call program. She helps her clients from solopreneurs to 7-figure business owners harness the power of written words in order to boldly declare their value and attract more of their ideal clients. Elli is on a mission to empower women business owners to banish their fear of being “salesy” and learn how to use copywriting to sell with ease and empathy.
There wasn’t 1 exact “light bulb” moment per se that brought Elli to this career.
She contributes coming to her niche through a series of events on a very windy road.
Knowing she didn’t want the conventional 9-5 pm kind of life is what drove her to relocate from the US to Madrid, Spain.
Elli says you just...
Whenever there are celestial events (equinoxes, full moons, meteor showers, etc.) I always take note.
Most of us are not above the influence of astronomy.
How am I showing up in the world?Do things feel like they are in balance?What can I release to make space?
These are just a few questions that trail across my mind.
I’m a Taurus girl, through and through (practical, persistent, stubborn).
I’m giving extra attention to personal development at this time (because it just feels right).
In my quiet reflection, I’ve nailed a big truth for me.
It’s so fulfilling to see a shift in a client when something finally clicks. When they sink into their power. When they realize their worth. When their life’s passion manifests into their very first course offering. When we build something out of an idea that...
Kristin is the owner of Kristin Jones Coaching. She specializes in helping women address and manage issues with emotional eating and helps them develop a healthy relationship with food that doesn’t involve counting calories or dieting.
Kristin’s hope is to share her knowledge and first-hand experiences with women in order to empower them to truly embrace and love who they are and to learn what they need in order to live their best life ever.
Kristin can remember as far back as age 7 that she was using food to self-soothe. By age 16, she had an “official” eating disorder. But it wasn’t until she was in her 30’s that she admitted to herself and it still took another 15 years until she could actually label her dysfunctional relationship with food as “emotional eating.”
Recently, I saw a Facebook event posted for forest bathing in my area. I figured, I love nature, so why not!
What was surprising to me was when one of our guides shared that even businesses were turning to this 30-year-old wellness technique from Japan, also known as Shinrin-yoku.
Shinrin-yoku translates to “taking in the forest atmosphere.” Forest bathing is the act of being mindful along a leisurely walk in nature. Our tour explored the Seneca Point Gully in Canandaigua, NY, which had sweet waterfalls at the end.
We were given “invitations” along the way to get into the moment and slow our minds down. An invitation example was to observe water; its motion, qualities, feel, etc. Each offering was around 15–20 minutes long, ample time to experience our surroundings and how we interacted with them.
The exercises can even be tailored to your...
Karyn Danielle is a leadership coach who spent 20 years working in a diverse range of leadership roles before starting her coaching practice.
From working as a backcountry hut master to restaurant management, to leading a team in the intense pet care industry, she learned the key to leadership success is relationships, after that, everything falls into place.
She now helps leaders build better connections with their team, navigate their relationships, and understand the human side of leadership so they can become better leaders, improve team morale, achieve higher performance, all with less frustration.
Kayrn learned many valuable lessons in her first leadership role right out of college.
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