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Has time, or the lack of it, become your enemy?
Do you have trouble making your love life a priority because of your work, your kids, and other responsibilities?
Do you feel overwhelmed all the time?
My guest on today’s podcast is Time Management Coach, Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking. Sarah is the Founder of True Focus Coaching, a Speaker, Coach and a Clinical Psychologist. She has 20 years of experience in helping people figure out strategies to help them stop hiding in overwhelm.
Sarah believes smart women need to find a time management system that works specifically for them. Solutions are found by paying attention to the present moment and getting rid of all the extra shit that isn’t at the core of your life.
Which Type Are You? [6:49]
Procrastination and overwhelm become big issue’s because they make you cloudy and keep you from taking the next step in your life. A lack of self-trust is often at the core of these issues.
Many of us are so crazy busy we don’t leave enough space in our day to do the most important things. (Like find a life partner!) Some of us don’t know we are avoiding taking action towards what we want because we are too frozen. Some of us show up and do whatever happens to come our way or some of us do anything but what we had planned. These are emotional pieces of time management.
Which one resonates with you? What triggers you to procrastinate?
Chronically single women often don’t trust themselves when it comes to dating.
We Are All Wired Differently [17:56]
Have you been telling the same story about your differences and limitations around being late, pulling all-nighters or always being on time? Well, it’s time to change your story. Everyone is different and should focus on time management skills that work specifically for them.
5 Steps to Bust Through Procrastination [23:00]
Sarah says it is possible for us to get better at getting what we want. We just need to set up support and accountability in your environment.
Set up your environment to support a positive mood.