In this episode I’m thrilled to welcome Valerie Recore – she’s a productivity specialist who works with overwhelmed and overcommitted moms. With a background in mental health and corporate training, she helps people who feel like they’re pulled into different directions.
Even if you’re NOT an overcommitted mom, you’ll get a lot out of this episode as Valerie shares some great mental reframing tips.
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- Top 3 productivity resources for this week. [4:29]
- Why did Valerie choose to specialized in overcommitted moms? [7:02]
- How will Valerie’s information work for non-mothers? [9:37]
- What are Valerie’s thoughts on maternity leave in the modern world? [10:39]
- How does Valerie tackle the issue of finding balance when working with overcommitted moms? [13:17]
- What is Valerie’s perspective on the work/life balancing act? [23:13]
- How can partners of overcommitted moms work towards making things more equal? [26:19]
- What are some tips to help you end your day on a positive note? [31:09]
- What are some common suggestions Valerie often makes when working with clients? [33:33]
- Actionable steps to implement from today’s episode [37:07]
- What is the best frequency for family meetings as an overcommitted mom? [39:34]
- Book – Fair Play: A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live)
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