For over eight years now, I’ve run my own business as a coach, an author, and an entrepreneur. And over those years, I’ve learned a lot about time—how to manage it, how to stretch it, and how to make the most of it while getting the most important things done as efficiently as possible.
In today’s episode, I share what I’ve learned. I’ll explain the Pomodoro Technique, Parkinson’s Law, why I don’t separate work and life (even though I maintain healthy boundaries), and why the use of airplane mode first thing in the morning might just be the most life-changing habit I’ve ever adopted.
Listen to Your Permission Prescription: Episode 60 to learn more about how I manage my time for greater productivity and satisfaction.
- Why I don’t separate work and life, even though I maintain healthy boundaries
- What Parkinson’s Law is, and how to use it to make more efficient use of your time
- Why the most life-saving habit I’ve adopted is waking up with my phone on airplane mode and giving myself two hours to meditate and journal
- The hidden danger of not devoting enough time to yourself during the day
- How to use the Pomodoro Technique when you really need to get something done