A few ways to stay on track during busy times
In light of the news, I hope you’re well and taking care of yourself.
I’ve been blessed to connect with some amazing women this week.
Friends joined me at the EWomen Network Platinum Retreat in Newport Beach, California.
Our daughter, Erika, and I at Tony Robbins’ Birthday celebration fundraiser in Los Angeles, California for Operation Underground Railroad. an organization committed to rescuing children from human trafficking.
Ellen Latham, Founder of Orange Theory Fitness with 1200 studios in 23 countries in Miami, Florida.
It was definitely a Woman Power week! While I was thrilled to make all of these enriching connections, I must confess, I found it a little challenging to show up focused and on track by the end of the week.
Ellen shared that one of her super secrets to success is her focus on self-care and I couldn’t agree more.
When life presents opportunities, we have to have the reserves and the energy to be able to fully enjoy our full plates.
For this Friday’s Free Gift, I’d like to share with you some of the other resources I use to stay on track and focused when I’m on the move. (There’s more than time management 🙂
I was interviewed recently by a lovely woman named Cindy May. Cindy has a large heart and she’s created a podcast focused on marketing and best practices for non-profits and small businesses.
If you can use some support with staying on track during busy times, listen in to learn:
- How to tell essential activities from inessential ones, and start working only on the crucial ones.
- How to stay on track, avoid distraction, and make the most of your work time
- How to only do what gets results and stop wasting crucial time
You can listen to the interview here:
Sunday is International Women’s Day. Share your love with a fabulous woman in your life and let her know how much she matters to you.
I’m grateful to have you in my life and I look forward to seeing you soon.