You sit down at your desk to work and start to dive into a project only to stop. You’ve just remembered the phone call you forgot to make, the appointment you need to schedule and the socks you forgot to order on Amazon.
One by one, your brain reminds you of these items and you don’t want to forget them – AGAIN – so you stop what you’re doing and take care of each one. Sound familiar?
Are days like this – where you begin with a plan, but quickly find it sabotaged by all the things that feel urgent and important in the moment? If so, you’re not alone. We have so much on our minds every single day and both moms and entrepreneurs. There’s a lot vying for our attention and if we don’t have a way to manage the random thoughts and distractions we encounter, we end up with days that feel very busy but aren’t productive.
In this episode, I’m sharing a client fave: my simple First Monday™ Method that helps you stay focused and productive with a easy way to handle those daily distractions, consistently.
On this episode you’ll learn:
• Why it feels like your days are spent putting out fires
• How the First Monday™ Method saves you hours each week
• The main reason it’s so tough to stay focused
• The difference between what feels urgent and important
• Why this simple tool is a game-changer in life and business
Also included on this episode:
If you’re a mom building a business as a creative or coach and more than anything, you want to build a life and business that don’t burn you out?
I want to invite you to join the waitlist for MOMENTUM.
MOMENTUM is my signature program designed for moms called to business as creatives and coaches who want more time, more peace and more EASE. You’re committed to a successful, sustainable business, but not at the cost of what matters most – your kids, your family and your sanity. Inside MOMENTUM, we do life and business differently and it feels so much better. No more hustle and hurry, busy and burnout. More time, more peace, more ease.
Be the first to know when the doors open: join the waitlist.