We all have the same amount of hours in a day as Beyonce, but the key is she has a staff and we don't. But we could! Ok, maybe not a full-time chef and all of that, but we can get a few things off our to-do lists. I’m going to share with you a great way to figure out where you’re spending your days, and what makes the most sense when it comes to outsourcing so you can get your time (and sanity) back.
Recently I posted in my Facebook group asking for feedback about what people would like to learn from me. This was fun and insightful, and saved me a ton of wasted work hours. One of the things people asked for help with is content planning. I’m excited to help you with some great tips on how to create killer content for your audience!
For about six or seven years now I’ve been selecting a “word of the year” as a guidepost for the year. I don’t know where I heard this at first, but I knew it was something I wanted to implement. As you reach the end of the year, it’s a great time to reflect back and plan ahead. A “word of the year” can help you focus your goals for the year and I’ll share with you which words I chose and what they mean for me.
Calendar blocking is one of those things I like because you can adjust it to fit your needs. I realize this can also feel paralyzing for some people, but my advice is two-fold: don’t worry about getting it “perfect” from the start, and you can change it as you go once you find what works best. You can do this online or with pen and paper (my preference!), and I share with you my strategy for my own calendar blocking system so you can do it too!