Today we have Lauren Goldstein, an entrepreneur and business strategy consultant from Austin, TX. Lauren and Thanh have known each other for a while and we invited her to come on the podcast to share her unique approach to productivity.
You’re going to get specific tips on how to use a calendar to run your life and business, how you can theme your days and weeks to stay focused, and how you should plan your weeks in advance with a simple tool.
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- What admin days are, and why they have been so important for Lauren [4:19]
- What a typical admin day looks like for Lauren [6:18]
- How Lauren ‘themes’ her weeks and focuses on what’s important for her business [8:30]
- The misconception about goals that Lauren sees most often with her clients [13:10]
- What Lauren recommends if you’re looking to plan or theme your week [18:18]
- How to deal with the unexpected on your admin day [26:18]
- How Lauren plans her week out [28:26]
- Handling the important but not urgent tasks [32:59]
- How Lauren increase her clients profit without looking for more work [37:13]
- How you can streamline your calendar and your scheduling [40:07]
- What tasks Lauren automates with Zapier to save her time [46:16]
- The key to getting ready for the day quickly [48:06]
- Lauren’s tips for women to get ready quicker in the morning [56:10]
- Be Focused
- Productivity Planner by Intelligent Change
- Teamwork (online platform)
- Scaling Up
- Eat That Frog
- Eat That Frog – Do Your Most Important Tasks In The Morning
- The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
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