Here in Lesson 4 of our Holiday Planning Workshop we've taken the audio from our video lesson, detailing how to organize your brainstorm from Lesson 2 digitally. We teach the steps to follow in Asana, but feel free to use your favorite digital project manager. Prefer paper? Go back to Lesson 3 to learn how to do this same step with Post-it notes! Want the video? Sign up at https://LearnDoBecome.com/Holiday.
Today in our Holiday Planning Workshop Lesson 3 we organize your brainstormed tasks and projects by time frame, using Post-it notes. Listen in to Lesson 4 to learn how to do this same step digitally! The audio explains the steps but if you want more support sign up for the support templates, videos, and photos at https://LearnDoBecome.com/Holiday.
Lesson 2 of our Holiday Planning Workshop will help you get everything out of your mind through an effective brainstorm session, so that you can more clearly see what matters most. If you want an incredibly organized holiday season--with low stress and lots of support in getting the logistics taken care of, listen to this audio--and then sign up for the support templates, videos, and photos at https://LearnDoBecome.com/Holiday.
Today's podcast features Lesson 1 of our Holiday Planning Workshop. Following David Allen's Natural Planning Model (featured in the book Getting Things Done), we're talking about purpose, principles, and outcome visioning. If you want an incredibly organized holiday season--with low stress and lots of support in getting the logistics taken care of, listen to this audio--and then sign up for the support templates, videos, and photos at https://LearnDoBecome.com/
A well-ordered, smooth email process makes a huge impact on my life, and today I (April) am sharing a few tools I use every single day with Gmail. Come visit https://learndobecome.com/episode35/ for more! We'd love to have you join our free training: How to Get out of the Overwhelm at Learndobecome.com/step. Ready to get your emails to zero? Join the movement! https://learndobecome.com/emails-to-zero-sign-up/
Do you want to manage your energy—so you can match the appropriate tasks to the appropriate time of day, and ultimately be more present and happy around your family? Today we’re joined by Danielle Porter, a team member here at LearnDoBecome, who has created a genius way to map her energy. For photos and links, please visit
There is more knowledge available to us today than ever before. But what do we DO with everything we learn so it doesn’t get lost in the shuffle? Here’s one simple way to track (and easily find!) all the wonderful things we learn that we never want to forget. For Show Notes, visit
If you've ever ignored a pile of papers because the idea of processing everything felt overwhelming, today's podcast is your lifeline. April and Eric talk through the specific steps that will help you create a life with zero piles. They'll cover concepts like sub-dividing the pile before you process it, identifying "action" papers verses papers that simply need to be put somewhere else, and utilizing a functional Command Central to hold the papers that need to be acted upon in the future. Come see photos at https://LearnDoBecome.com/
Do you have a deep need right now? Something that's driving you crazy, and you wish the problem would just go away? Here's a new way to think about those challenges that will hopefully give you a lift today! Show notes can be found at https://LearnDoBecome.com/episode30
We know. There's so much stuff to organize--and so many things to DO that it feels nearly impossible to feel like you're on your game. Well, here are three audio posts to teach you a new way to run the details of your life so you can enjoy each day and architect your life of excellence! Show notes can be found at http://learndobecome.com/episode29
Today’s collection of audio posts features a variety of new perspectives that will help you to more fully appreciate the “gaps” in your life, create a personal checklist to keep you balanced, enable you to avoid tantrums, and help you confidently reach toward your dreams. More details at: https://learndobecome.com/episode28/.
Lori Nunno was struggling with her health, putting off most household tasks, and secretly believing that her family would be better off without her. But then she came to our class about getting out of "piles," she joined our STEP program, and she totally transformed her life. Come hear how this incredible grandmother is now strengthening her family and living with dignity--and how you can do the same. Show notes at http://LearnDoBecome.com/episo
When you procrastinate, do you feel like you are failing? This podcast with psychiatrist, Dr. Matthew May, provides us with tools to acknowledge our negative feelings with love and find the motivation to make needed changes in our lives. For Show Notes, visit http://LearnDoBecome.com/Episode21
If we do not prioritize our lives, someone else will. And if we do not consciously choose to live lives that matter, excellence will not simply "happen."
Greg McKeown, best-selling author of the book Essentialism, is one of our very favorite authors. We’ve read (and listened to!) his book several times, and the lessons within it are powerful.
Today’s episode of LearnDoBecome Radio is well worth your time to listen.
To see the links mentioned in the podcast--and to download April's podcast notes, simply visit our website: http://learndobecome.com/episode12.
Dave Ramsey's Smart Conference was one of the best we've ever attended. We know it's not always easy to get away for a full day, so we sat down and went through the highlights from our notes so you can get the benefits right along with us!
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It's great to discuss ways to streamline our lists, keep our emails at zero, and move forward on our projects, but It's ESSENTIAL to know we're moving forward on the right things, in the right way, with the right support. Here's a productivity tip we couldn't live without. For the full post, visit http://learndobecome.com/episode10
Here are seven possible reasons you're struggling to get your projects done--AND seven solutions we hope will inspire you along the way. Come listen to the podcast and then report BACK! We're cheering for you.
Show notes are available at http://learndobecome.com/episode9.
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We all know how it feels to be let down, and we all know how it feels to let others down. Come join us in today's episode of LearnDoBecome Radio where we discuss a few simple strategies that will help us to spend less time "staying afloat" and more time actually living. For show notes, visit http://learndobecome.com/episode8!
When you attend a conference, do you want to go home with 50 pages of notes and hundreds of good intentions? Or would you like a simple way to make sure your notes have an impact on your life? For the full post and your own printable conference template, visit us here:
A little story:
I (April) was feeling a bit overwhelmed recently. It's summertime. We have four children at home with us all day. Eric and I just launched this website after so many years dreaming about it (yay!), and we are working on about five really important projects.
I have a tendency to want to do everything...right now, so I make lists and charts, and I work myself hard.
I think we would all agree that there's nothing wrong with having a strong work ethic, but what happens when the expectations we set for ourselves start to weigh us down?
What happens when the lists you make start to feel like a form of slavery?
Do YOU ever feel like even though you get a lot done, you should still be doing more?
This podcast features a discussion Eric and I had while we were aligning our goals and getting on the same page. (He even offered to light my lists on fire...)
We talk about how to establish routines and expectations that feel exciting to us--instead of simply living a life that parallels a circus full of monkeys (Eric references this quote pictured below).
In this podcast, we'll challenge you to assess your routines and expectations and see if there's some way you can reduce your own stress.
As you're listening, if there's any advice you'd like to offer to us and the LearnDoBecome community, we'd love to hear it!
P.S. The image above is actually something you can buy from Amazon and hang on your wall. We may have to hang this in our kitchen. Click here for details.
[Featuring Jonathan Bailor, NYT Best-selling Author of The Calorie Myth, and April and Alia Perry.] If you've ever counted calories and diligently exercised without seeing results, struggled with body image issues, felt concerned about developing diabetes, or lacked confidence because of the size of your body, you are not alone. And, I might add, you need to listen to this podcast.
For Show Notes, please visit http://learndobecome.com/episode2