Are you so busy that you can’t read this post? Well… I’ll keep it short. I’m going to help you with finding the time in your schedule so you can have a life (and perform better at work).
This episode isn’t a step by step guide to managing your to do list. This episode is all about creating time for yourself, setting workload boundaries and putting an end to creating more work for yourself than you need to.
Time management is a leadership competency. And if you don’t have time, it’s not because you have a scheduling issue… it’s because you have a leadership issue. Let’s help you get back on track
If you wake up in the morning and automatically think you’re behind, work like crazy all day and then lose sleep because you’re worried about all the things you have to do tomorrow, then you’re probably feeling anxious a lot of the time.
Anxiety is an emotion that can get in the way of your career goals and distract you from being the leader you want to be.
In this episode, I’ll help you find strategies to manage anxiety at work and diminish the impact anxiety has on your performance.
Break the burnout cycle! Burnout is a pattern for a lot of people. Oftentimes we blame our burnout on the demands of the job. But just because someone demands something, you don’t have to give it to them.
Today, I want to teach you to take back control over your burnout. We’ll shine a light on the habits that perpetuate the burnout cycle and suggest small changes you can make to start taking control.
If you have a skillset or behavioural challenge you’re struggling with, then this week’s podcast is going to change the game for you. I’ll give you five questions you can ask yourself to help you quickly and sustainably improve performance. And, I’ll give you some answers as well.
This is content I teach in my 1-1 coaching program. It works. And I’m going to give it to you this week in my podcast.
Lead Your Career, Lead Yourself
If you’re out there right now thinking about quitting your corporate job for any reason, then this is the episode for you. I’m going to share my story and mindset leading up to making the decision to leave my job, what I thought would happen, what actually happened, and three things I’d do differently next time.