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Decrease Stress And Confusion With A Two-Week Sprint Review

Decrease Stress And Confusion With A Two-Week Sprint Review

Does a glance at your project calendar give you the type of stress that keeps you up all night?

Does planning a realistic timeline sound confusing (or borderline impossible)?

I recommend limiting yourself to only one or two big projects at once.

And two-week sprint reviews are a perfect way to figure out which projects fit in your schedule. They give you the feedback you need to stay aligned with your business goals.

Find out how in this week’s blog!

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Get Clear About Your Priorities

Get Clear About Your Priorities

Do you ever feel like your workday is jam-packed, but you still don’t have time to do the projects that truly matter?

Many entrepreneurs feel this way!

The reason may be because you spend too many hours on projects you could have delegated.

Once you improve your prioritization skills, you’ll understand where your Zone of Genius rests. When you focus your energy on this zone, your business will automatically progress in the right direction.

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Under Pressure? Keep Cool And Lead Your Team

Under Pressure? Keep Cool And Lead Your Team

The COVID pandemic is rough (to say the least), but that doesn’t mean your mindset should be rough too!

I encourage you to set a tone that focuses on a positive future, instead of ruminating on losses and uncertainties.

With practice, positive thoughts will come naturally. And that’s a step in the right direction for any empathetic leader.

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Restore Your Surge Capacity 3 Ways

Restore Your Surge Capacity 3 Ways

“How can we renew ourselves when intense stress has become chronic?”

It’s a question I hear often now that we are recovering from the pandemic that knocked everybody off their feet.

In this blog, you get to take a step back from the big picture and look inward. I want you to reconnect with yourself and recharge your near-empty surge capacity.

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Context Shifting Hurts Your Workflow

Context Shifting Hurts Your Workflow

Are you tired of coming home from work every day feeling exhausted, but without having accomplished much in the office?

You just may be a victim of context shifting.

Discover how to improve boundaries within your workflow so you DO more, without DOING more.

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Curiosity Makes For Better Leadership

Curiosity Makes For Better Leadership

When you’re curious and give space for open conversation, people will tell you their true intentions. But how exactly do you DO that? And how does curiosity help you get clear on your own intentions as a leader?

Have I sparked your own curious nature with these questions?

Great! Find out more in my latest blog.

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  • Decrease Stress And Confusion With A Two-Week Sprint Review
    Does a glance at your project calendar give you the type of stress that keeps you up all night? Does planning a realistic timeline sound confusing (or borderline impossible)? I recommend limiting yourself to only one or two big projects at once. And two-week sprint reviews are a perfect way to figure out which projects fit in your schedule. They give you the feedback you need to stay aligned with your business goals. Find out how in this week’s blog! […]
  • Get Clear About Your Priorities
    Do you ever feel like your workday is jam-packed, but you still don’t have time to do the projects that truly matter? Many entrepreneurs feel this way! The reason may be because you spend too many hours on projects you could have delegated. Once you improve your prioritization skills, you’ll understand where your Zone of Genius rests. When you focus your energy on this zone, your business will automatically progress in the right direction. […]
  • Under Pressure? Keep Cool And Lead Your Team
    The COVID pandemic is rough (to say the least), but that doesn’t mean your mindset should be rough too! I encourage you to set a tone that focuses on a positive future, instead of ruminating on losses and uncertainties. With practice, positive thoughts will come naturally. And that’s a step in the right direction for any empathetic leader. […]