It's not the big things that make the difference, it's what we do consistently over time. The accumulative results are always going to overtake the bursts.
On the back of mothers day and my Grandma's 93rd birthday, I'm talking about the benefits of women led companies and letting go of social norms and conformity to design your own version of life and dream big and go after it.
The only way you get to do things you've never done before, is to just do the things you've never done before. In today's session, I'm talking about the importance of backing yourself and going for your biggest dream, even when you don't know the 'how'.
The email inbox is one of our most utilised tools, but it can take up soooo much time, make us reactive and hijack our day so easily. Today I'm sharing some simple tools and tips for inbox domination to claim back your productivity.
1. Purposeful checking
Have certain times of the day when you check your inbox. I like 10am and 4pm to catch everything. Carve out the time you need to dive in and answer everything thoroughly. It's when we're checking on the fly that things get missed and they take up too much brain space.
Only touch once! When you check your inbox, do one of 4 things:
2. Turn off notifications
On your computer if you have them flying in over your screen, turn it off. It's distracting you and stealing precious productivity. If you...
I was talking with a few people this week about getting more visible on video in socials.
Until you get in the habit, it's great to have a bank of ideas that you can pop one on each day and know what you're going to do. I challenge you to do a video on your instagram stories and a facebook live every day for a week and see what happens! :) I bet you'll love the results.
Some video ideas:
Lindsay is the MD and co-founder of Chello, an agency that applies creativity to communication problems; connecting brands and people back to what matters most.
At the age of 25, Lindsay Rogers left a dream career – to build the company she couldn’t have dreamed of. It was 2014, a time where advertising agencies were staking their claim on digital content, and digital agencies were extending their offerings to campaigns. So it was the perfect time to start Chello; an agency that wheels and deals in all kinds of content. Chello offers small and large organisations – from corporates to small non-profits.
Chello started as two co-founders. In its first year, it turned over a million dollars and reached over 45 clients – including an international airline. Since then the company has grown to over 20 people and more than 180 clients.
In between, Lindsay has won Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year for NSW, 2015, and has been accepted to the...
The whole time I was interviewing Sara I was nodding along. I find that once you’ve gone through a massive life shift and had to change your way of life, it really does shift your perspective. It also gives you an affinity with other people who have also crossed over so to speak into that space in life. That space where you need to look closely within and ask yourself if the life you’re living is really the one that is going to optimise your potential and your happiness.
Sara owns SRA Corporate Change whose purpose is to unlock the potential of organisations and their leaders to cultivate high performance. They work with leading organisations in their core business areas of strategy, leadership, and culture.
Sara’s personal and professional experiences have refined her approach to the many facets of people development. These experiences ensure clients receive genuine results relevant to the way in which we live and work today.
Sara’s commitment to developing...
Kirsty Dunphey grew up immersed in an entrepreneurial wonderland: parents who had their own businesses and rental properties, who escaped the rat race and retired in their 30’s and who enveloped her in that culture working in their businesses from a young age. It was perfect until as the story always goes, it wasn’t.
The valuable life lessons she lived through in her teens started the journey that lead her to starting her first two businesses coupled with two part-time jobs under her belt at the age of 15, to her own award-winning real estate agency at 21 and continuing on that path to being a self-made millionaire at 23, self-made multi-millionaire by 25 and with the ability to completely retire for life at the age of 27.
Kirsty is a proud former National Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year (the youngest awarded to-date) and delights in sharing what she’s learned over a 20-year entrepreneurial journey.
Kirsty has written two books: Advance to Go, Collect...