Are you overrun with emails? Can’t get control of your inbox?
A disorganized email inbox is costing you a lot more than you may think.
Let’s find out how deep the cost of a disorganized mailbox is for you…
During a session with a client, we uncover that she LOVES checklists AND is MOTIVATED to see things checked off...we have found a method for her to stay focused and see tasks thru to completion :)
For some people who are more project driven, Asana is the way to go. Asana lends itself well to those who have multiple tasks/steps within a project and also have multiple projects. Asana has great integration with your calendar as well as customizing the frequency of emails as reminders. Asana is great to work with on your laptop and the app version on your phone is good too.
For those who are more visual, while Asana does have a “board” layout, there’s Trello. It displays in more of a post-it note way. Also can assign tasks, set due dates and set up notifications.
A couple of simpler task apps are Alarmed (iOS devices) and Tasks (by Stephen Nottage on Android).
Honoring your scheduled promises? For me, this title brings up feelings of respect and love and also an uncomfortable sense of things getting real. I mean, talking about honor and promises in relation to my schedule? What’s your initial response?
Honor as a noun means honesty, fairness, or integrity in one’s beliefs and actions. High respect, as for worth, merit, or rank. Synonyms for honor are integrity and sincerity.
Promise as a noun is a declaration that something will or will not be done, given, etc by one. An expressed assurance on which expectation is to be based. Synonyms for promise are agreement, assurance, commitment and word.
How do these qualities relate to your schedule?
Are You Satisfied with the Results of your On-line Program/Course?
You created an On-line Program or some Email Drip Course. Are you seeing the results you wanted?
You have people who have purchased your program. Yay!
Are people completing your course?
Are you having a conversation for Next Steps/other package/program offerings with them?
Awareness is the 1st step in making improvements.
In this case, what are the individual components of your program and are you able to track clients progress?
No shame or judgment in any of this!
Offering content in this format as a means to have people learn more about you
and a way to leverage your time is no small feat!
And to be of the highest level of service and have clients receive the most value of your content,
you need to have a finger on the pulse of your course results.
In my assessment, you'll gain insight into the specific aspects of your course
and see where you can make even the smallest change for more efficiency!
Click HERE to complete the assessment.
Identify Time & Energy Leaks Questionnaire
Do you want to be and feel more productive? Work with more ease and efficiency?
Awareness is the 1st step in making change.
In my questionnaire, you'll gain insight into how you work currently (taking a current inventory)
and see where you can make even the smallest change for more ease!
I trust you'll see some ways to work smarter and not harder to accomplish your tasks.
Click HERE to complete the questionnaire.
First, let’s get clear on what I mean by a rude speaker at networking events. If you asked to be, signed up for, paid for a spotlight speaker position, are a sponsor of an event with speaking time or are the primary presenter and you go over the agreed/scheduled time, then it’s likely you are a rude speaker.
Your content might be spot on and a topic that the audience is hungry for. You may be impeccably dressed and your hair and makeup done to your brand. You may have the most impressive worksheet or handout material. But if you go over time, it’s likely people will consider you as being rude.
Rude as an adjective means discourteous or impolite, especially in a deliberate way. It is also not properly or fully developed, raw or unevolved. Synonyms are abusive, crude, impolite and insulting. Whoa! Does that feel harsh?
At the end of the day, do you feel productive or frazzled / frustrated because you didn’t get the things done you wanted?
Do you want to learn where you can be more efficient by creating more structure and single-focused blocked time?
Do you want to stop wasting time and draining energy through "all over the place/multi-tasking"?
Do you want to confidently declare new/modified business hours (aka set boundaries)?
Do you want to learn optimal days of the week and times of day to schedule certain tasks using time-blocking / repeating events (i.e. best time of day for admin tasks, writing, client work, etc)?
"It's not about the To Do list. It's not about whatever the process is, it's about the 'what do I think about that? and Where am I limiting beliefs?' "
Any entrepreneur who used to have a corporate career has a "leaning out" story.
Take a listen to my interview and leaning out story with Felena Hansen, found of Hera Hub.
It’s no wonder entrepreneurs struggle
to see their productivity and personal growth.
It’s common for entrepreneurs, especially female entrepreneurs, to put enormous pressure on themselves to do the right thing, critique themselves at every turn and do lots of that.
I wrote a great article over on the Hera Herald page at Hera Hub...read more here...
I can describe last week as an emotional roller coaster- a ride rich with joy and learning moments.
I'm grateful for my life and the choices I have for work, self care, unplugging and friends!
One thing that I'm very proud of myself for is knowing when to say when;
My recommendation to you is to check in with yourself often...
Be kind to yourself...and then be kind to others.
Janina Goldberg has been a Process Management Master and Coaching expert for over 25 years! Over the past 8 years, she has refocused her expertise in helping entrepreneurs who want to up-level themselves personally and the productivity and success of their business. She really listens to your big goal ideas and helps you distill them into achievable plans with inspired actionable next steps. Janina transforms the “It’s all in my head” activities that business owners do week after week into organizable processes for ease in consistent execution.