Just as with money, if you don’t tell your time where to go, other people will tell it for you
Finally launching that business, non-profit, or passion project without feeling guilty about taking time away from your family
When it comes to time-management and productivity, there is a never ending supply of “gurus” ready to tell you what you should do.
I know because I used to listen to them. After years of reading all the time-management books and listening to all the “get organized” podcasts with no results, it was clear that I was missing something.
After spending over $100 on yet another worthless “time-management” course asking me to “journal my feelings” (Seriously? If I had time to do that then I wouldn’t have needed the course!), I ended up shouting at my computer:
This was my main frustration with every “tip,” “trick,” and “tactic,” I had tried up until that point.
Sure, the strategies worked for them.
But I needed something that was going to work for me.
And that’s when it hit me:
Immediately began working on a routine that would fit my unique needs without stressing my out.
All the time-management tactics in the world can’t help you if you don’t have a good routine.
But if you follow the routines of “successful people,” you’ll find that those routines are only successful for one person: them.
What I didn’t realize until later was I need a way to take the time-management strategies I was learning and apply it to my life. Imagine what your life would look like if you had a time-management strategy that was specifically designed for you?
I hate to say this but it’s true. While many women are desperately seeking a solution to their overwhelm and time management problems, so just say they want help but actually prefer to keep sabotaging themselves because they can’t get over their negative mindset.
While I have several programs and products to help women at all levels, I’m very specific about the kind of woman I created this template for.