Prioritise With Purpose
Hands up if you’re sick of feeling overwhelmed with the mountain of work that you have to do. Do you have to do lists on to do lists, some of them on your phone, some on your computer and some just jotted down on post it notes, scrap paper, envelopes and anything else that you can get your hands on? Are people constantly asking you to do more or reminding you of things that you’ve forgotten leaving you feeling guilty and snowed under?
That’s just at work – when you get home there is a constant steam of cooking, cleaning, shopping, birthdays to plan for, bills to remember to pay, family to look after… and that’s before we even get into that book that you bought 6 months ago and haven’t gotten around to reading yet, or that class that you keep meaning to sign up to. At the end of the day, when all of the jobs are done (or, let’s be honest, usually despite them not being done) do you just collapse on the sofa and scroll through social media or throw on a box set just to give your brain time to relax? Then off to bed and set the alarm to start it all again tomorrow?
Literally everyone has been there at some point, in our current lives there is no end to the amount of work that you will be asked to do. That’s the world that we live in. So how do some people always seem like they have it under control? And how do they manage to find the time to dedicate to their personal development and grow their business AND bake all of their own bread from scratch?
Are they actually super human? Alien? Just wired differently to you? Definitely not.
Do they have legions of people helping them out? Well, maybe – but we’ll come on to that
Can you do it too? Absolutely!
Download our prioritise with purpose workbook to learn how – we’ll cover:
- How to ruthlessly prioritise your to do list
- Audit where you’re actually spending your time versus your priorities
- Why are you stressed?
- How to say no
Not only that but we can offer 1-2-1 coaching that is personalised specifically to your needs. It is tailored to you but might cover:
- Time audit – where are you spending your time?
- What is important to you? An honest look at what your priorities should be (right for you and only you) and what happens when you ignore them
- How do you say no to things that aren’t right for you?
- Putting yourself first and owning it. Overcoming the guilt, fear and shame of saying no.
- What are likely to be your obstacles and how can you prepare for them?