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We hear you

We hear you

All year, we’ve had a secret program…by accident.

We didn’t mean to keep it under wraps…people just kept asking us to help them, and we said yes.

What I’m taking away from 2020

What I’m taking away from 2020

We’ve all suffered to various degrees this year; there’s no doubt about that. But I’m grateful to have seen more clearly the things that matter, and the things that last.

Thank You!

Thank You!

A small business isn’t built by an amazing founder – it’s built by an amazing community. And I am so blessed to say that I have one.

All of this is worth it

All of this is worth it

I had no idea when I started my business how powerfully fulfilling it would be to build something I believe in. I didn’t realize that it would make me a better version of myself, and how amazing it would be to embrace a journey of growth like this.

Something to think about

Something to think about

I use the phrase “protect your time” a lot when I’m talking to prospects and clients. It’s a pretty clear phrase, and useful for helping people understand what we do, but something happened when I used it today.

It’s been three years, and I’m so grateful

It’s been three years, and I’m so grateful

This week’s post is a short audio reflection on what I’ve learned over the past three years, what I’m excited about as we look to the future, and why I’m grateful for you

What if I’m embarrassed about how I spend my time?

What if I’m embarrassed about how I spend my time?

Your time management skills (or lack thereof) can no more impact your value as a human being than a pebble has on a mountain. Your worth is independent of what you can produce. You can set aside the old decisions you’ve made about whether you’re “productive” or not and approach your time leadership systems as a journey and an ongoing experiment.

Time Leadership > Time Management

Time Leadership > Time Management

If we can take ownership over how we spend our time, think deeply about it, and live a life we can look back on with gratitude rather than regret, what might change?