What if you had plenty of time to get all the things done that you wanted?
Ever wish you could stop the clock, especially during the holidays?
If you are feeling rushed or overloaded – how is your team feeling? What impact is this having on your clients or those that you may report to?
The demands of family and business can be overwhelming and it is easy to clutter up the calendar with guilt and obligation OR with striving for ___________.
Perhaps your calendar is cluttered by others….and you are frustrated.
This creates scattered energy, ineffectiveness, and confidence takes a hit. Confidence in yourself and others.
Pro Tip: Set aside 20 minutes to look at your calendar through the end of the year. Establish what needs to be on there to finish strong and roll you into 2019 with momentum. Be very discerning here – Identify those things that actually take away from your goals and momentum.
Why are they on there? What energy do they hold? Obligation, guilt, shoulds, perfectionism, or control? On two ends of the spectrum – it could be that others are cluttering your calendar or that you are cluttering your calendar. Often it is a little bit of both.
This is your starting point of awareness. Pay attention to why and how items end up on your calendar and establish new boundaries to protect your desired outcomes. This may take a little effort in placing boundaries with others, but well worth the effort.
About Lora Newman:
Lora Newman, M.S., LPC, is a Mastery Certified Coach, and Founder/CEO of Zero2Sixty Performance Coaching, llc, a national company currently serving clients in 22 states and three countries. Lora has been helping Business Leaders bust through the barriers holding them back in business and in life for more than 18 years.
She has gained notoriety as the Founder of The 48 HR Breakthrough™ 2-day intensive where business leaders learn to replace obstacles and problems with creative, strategic thinking so they can increase business revenue, lead teams with ease, and enjoy more freedom.
Lora received her B.S. in Psychology from Drury University and an M.S. in Counseling from SMSU (now MSU.) She is a graduate of Coach U Coaching School, and is a member of the International Association of Women in Business Coaching. Lora holds duel certifications in EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) as a Certified Professional and a Certified Corporate Professional.