Always struggled with problem solving, planning ahead, organizing? This is a must-listen episode for you. We speak with Jan Johnston-Tyler about how to organize your day, play to your strengths, and be more productive.
Talk about an archeological deep dive.
- How to sort and organize your thoughts.
- A mindful habit to find your keys every time.
- How distraction and “multi-tasking” can lead to aggravation, anxiety, and time loss.
- The best time to take in information and the best time to write or produce information.
- Put yourself in environments that will add to your success.
- Why you may find better flow later in the day.
- How to figure out if you have a strong working memory and what that means for you.
- What it means when your eyes look up and to the left.
- Hyper-focusing vs. multitasking.
- Play to your strengths, and how to scaffold your weaknesses.
- Why it’s important to do a mental walkthrough of your calendar.
- How to set aside time for the important but not urgent items on your list.
- Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy
- The Power of Full Engagement
- Getting Things Done by David Allen
- Leave us a message!
- Free Productivity Workshop
Book, tool, frog
Book: Reality is Broken
Tool: Color coordinated calendar
Frog: finding time for rest and relaxation
Connect with Jan
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