Do you have find yourself with too much on the to-do list? Like you’re drowning in a sea of tasks and errands and projects and it doesn’t matter how hard you work – you can never fit it all in?
If so, whether you’re a business owner or simply someone who wants to build more structure and organisation into your life to reduce that overwhelm – you’re going to love this episode.
Michelle Broadbent is a business manager and strategist. She is the woman behind the woman – helping female entrepreneurs get organised, back in control and clear on where they’re heading so they can transform their business and their lives.
Michelle is one of the MOST organised people I know and she is a total productivity machine – in this episode we talk about:
- The most common problem that Michelle sees in female entrepreneurs
- Why planning white space in your calendar is SO important
- How to manage your calendar around your energy levels so you can still get things done even when you’re not really feeling it.
- And how if you don’t have boundaries then you’re never going to thrive in business (or in life).
This episode is one that is particularly relevant for me too because although I can be a total productivity machine and seem to have this magical ability to cut through the clutter and gets others unstuck and moving forward – something I tend to do very regularly is take too much on and don’t leave enough ‘white space’ as Michelle calls it for those contingency times and overflow.
So whether you’re a complete hot mess when it comes to getting organised or you’re like me and can be a total productivity machine but need to work on those boundaries – this is the ep for you!
If you want to find out more about Michelle and how she can help you transform your business or your life, check out her website: https://www.michellebroadbent.com.au/ or follow her on insta: @michbroadbent or Linked in: linkedin.com/in/smallbusinesssupportservice
And if you have a team that you want to get more productive and up those performance levels -> check out the range of team workshops on offer, including the productivity power up.
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