Show Notes

Time management and life balance are a struggle for—I’m just guessing—every adult on the planet. Amen? So in this episode, we’re going to go beyond surface-level issues like how to time block your schedule. Instead, we’ll dig deeper and I’ll teach you how to overcome the underlying issue: Making excuses. I’ll share the top five excuses I hear that steal your time, and how to kick them to the curb. When you can overcome these excuses, you make room for actual life change!

My guest this week is author and speaker Laura Vanderkam. She’s done extensive research on exactly how people spend their time, and she’ll share her time management secrets with us!

Plus, I’ll answer your business questions from Business Boutique events!

1:13 Five Excuses That Steal Your Time

21:58 Interview with Laura Vanderkam

54:59 Back to Basics: Your Why

60:14 #ASKCHRISTYWRIGHT

67:35 Homework


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  1. Emily Wagner says:

    Thank you for the free resources Christy! Your book is changing my life as I try to figure out a business for me to help my family get debt free? Do you offering coaching sessions? If so, what are your prices? I have too many “wonderful” ideas that I know I can’t do all at once, but I’m just so anxious to get out of debt! I’m not sure which way to move forward because I’m willing to do any honest job or business that frees me and my family from this debt slavery!

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