Steven joins me today to share how he manages to stay productive in spite of the varying work locations and routines and the essential changes in his life that contributed to his renewed attitude and outlook.
Caroline Carr is a therapist and business owner who specialises in ‘finding your oomph’, or ‘Oomphwork’, which she defines as a fun and playful empowering process.
If you have a gravatar set up and connected to the email address that you are using to comment on a site, blog or forum, then your photo (or the image that you have set up on the Gravatar website) shows automatically, which saves you from having to upload your profile photo any time you register on a site, that uses Gravatars, with your email address.
Many of us see advances in technology, and specifically gaming, as counterproductive to general wellness. That’s certainly not always the case.
Complexity and disorganisation in your life and business can lead to you being ineffective and feeling overwhelmed without the ability to live more (do more of what you want to do).
Ali joins me today to share how having a home office for work helps create a separation between work life and home life.
Bird joins me today to talk about how women can be their children’s inspiration while building the body of their business and the foundation of who they are.
To make it easier to figure out how much time you actually have, how much time-calculator. It’s a simple, but highly effective, spreadsheet that will reveal the time you actually have to work on things you’ve been putting off. And it will help you identify the time blocks you can use to your benefit each day.
On today’s episode, I share my definition of the “power” that enables me to live more. I explain the five essentials that can help you organise and be productive in your business while having the time and energy still to care for your family and yourself.
1 in 4 adults are likely to have a mental health problem in any given year, here are fifteen tips to help you with your own mental health