I’ve been thinking a lot lately about time and how our use of it impacts our level of energy, anxiety and our happiness.

Why?

Because if I had a $ for every time I sat down with a smart, successful woman who told me her dream and then told me she didn’t have the time to make it happen because she was too busy... I’d be a wealthy woman.

My aim in this podcast is to help you take back control of your time so that you can eliminate the distraction and create the space for more of what lights you up.

Together we will explore:

  • why busy is a barrier to creating the change you seek
  • how your brain does it's best work in stillness
  • 6 Ways To Minimise Distraction and Create The Space For More Of What Matters

If you'd like to go deep on where your opportunities lie for a less busy more intentional life take the free Hacking Happy Assessment I mention in this episode via hackinghhappyassessment.com 

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Embracing Your Inner Imperfect | Episode 24
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What’s the cost of not embracing imperfection? Is it an unrealised dream, relationship, career… perhaps it's your inner peace?
Defining Happiness On Your Terms | Episode 23
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We rarely create the space to reflect on how we define the words that enable us to shape our lives in a way that is meaningful... and trust me, it matters.