How to Manage Your Time to Reflect Your Values

core connections lifestyle Sep 15, 2020
time management strategies

Picture this…you have enough time in your day to

  • Finish the household chores
  • Have quality family time
  • Focus on your health and wellness

Can you imagine getting everything on your to-do list done WITHOUT any additional stress? 

>>It's time to take inventory of where you are spending energy throughout your day so that your time can line up with your values.<<

Ladies, this episode is going to reframe the way you look at how you manage your time.

This is something I have been working on for years as a busy wife, mom and business owner.

*Yes, the stuff I teach you is stuff I work on as well!*

After almost 20 years in the fitness and wellness space, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard the, "I don't have enough time," excuse.

So you better buckle up buttercup because I'm going to break that excuse by talking about:

  • What the phrase "I don't have enough time" really means
  • How to find more time throughout your day
  • Why it's important that your time reflects your values

and more!

I love chatting about time-management because this topic gets brought up time and time again in my programs and coaching!

>>Seriously: don’t do what I did by CONSTANTLY spinning your wheels to make sure your to-do list gets done when all it takes is a little reflection on your priorities.<<

If you’re ready to get inspired on how to find time to get that workout in today, click play >>HERE<< and you won’t be disappointed!

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The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).

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