//1// Feel increasingly overwhelmed and underwater. Their big ideas and goals are devoured by the day-to-day obligations. They feel stressed and guilty about home when they’re at work, but when they are home, they can’t stop thinking about work.
//2// Worse, they can’t find the time to figure out how to do anything about it. They find themselves feeling like if they can just get control of this project or that one, they’ll be able to finally have the time they need. But it never happens. From the outside, their lives look great and they feel like they have no right to complain — they have everything they should want in life, and yet…. They aren’t enjoying the life they’re working so hard to create.
How do I change this?
First, you need to take a step back and honestly assess the situation. What are the core problems? What’s working? What’s not? What’s your part in creating this dynamic? Once you have that clarity, you can begin to strategize, make decisions and implement techniques that will move you toward the life and the company you truly want for yourself.
And eventually we get you here…
Imagine that your are investing your time in your highest and best use. You feel fulfilled and excited about your relationships. You have time and energy to pursue that list of “someday” items you just can’t seem to get to. You’ve reorganized your life according to your values, goals and wants. No one else’s.
Jodi Turner Hume, CPCC
Time Strategist, Executive Coach and Facilitator
The Business of Life