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Do you feel like it's taking you too long to execute your ideas and plans? Join Women About Biz founder and host, Trina Newby as she shares tips, resources and ways to become more efficient and implement your business goals!
All during the month of June you'll learn:
Why many women have a challenge in implementing their business ideas/goals
Productivity tips to get you moving forward
Why marketing and sales funnels are essential
Tips to prevent procrastination
Mondays, June 1, 8 15, 22, and 29
There is so much to learn once we get our issues behind us. The things we will learn about what a truly wonderful place this planet is and how it supports our every need and how it can accomplish this for each and every individual on this glorious planet. No matter what you are being told about the 'less than' it is not so, but first... before you learn how to be in charge of your life and your environment... you must get back to the Being your were when you were born.
Come join us as we talk about how to balance the frustration that comes up when our eyes start to open after we've decided to make changes, with the peace that comes from standing in the truth.
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Psalm 128:2 says: "For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee."
Our quote for today is from Pablo Picasso. He said: "Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone."
Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are looking at Part 4 of Step 5: "Raise Your Energy Level."
We've discussed exercise and relaxation as methods of fighting procrastination. The third physical aspect that we will deal with is diet. It's a big subject, one we won't go into in depth, but suffice it to say that so far as fatigue is concerned one big culprit is sugar. Most of us eat many times as much sugar as we should.
Lots of people think sugar is supposed to produce energy, but it just isn't true at least not in the way they think. Every week the average American eats more than two pounds of refined sugar, much of it hidden as an ingredient in various manufactured foods (one popular brand of ketchup is 29% sugar!) If eating refined sugar really produced energy, we would be a nation of live wires and lethargy would be unknown.
It is true that low blood sugar means less energy, but the proper way to maintain the right amount of sugar (glucose) in your blood is through a balanced diet. When you zap your system with refined sugar (sucrose) you trigger the release by the pancreas of large amounts of insulin to counteract the sugar shock, and this insulin overcompensates, resulting in a much lower bloodsugar level than you originally had. And one result of this process is fatigue. It sounds complicated, but that's the way it works. (There are other undesired effects of too much sugar, including weight gain and dental cavities, but this isn't the place to go into that.)
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder of Miclknight, where Health and Wellness are one. I am an Educator, Speaker, Radio Show Host, Fitness Trainer and a full circle health coach.
Today’s topic: Pang
What does it have to do with Get Healthy Now?
Why this sound? How does it make you feel?
Something or someone comes to an abrupt stop.
X-Rays, shoulder dislocated, stiff due to 15 hrs delay
ER Dr tried 3 x, put me out, shoulder in.
Why am I telling this story? Ways to get redirected after a pang. My reflections: glad it was not worse, glad I could get up, happy shoulder was put back in place, life goes on. After every fall or pang, get up and do, be and give your best again. No need to get depressed, no need to feel sorry for yourself, look at your life being fully balanced and bounce back. I chose my balance over imbalance just because I was in pain.
In every situation we get to chose the outcome as long as we live.
Start laughing as quickly as possible as it releases the good, healing endorphins. It also helps you balance quicker and the pain subsides faster.
OK, what comes after Pang? Get up!
Don’t let a fall hinder you from following your dream. Sometimes we need to fall forward to get stronger and better at what we are doing,
Pang! / Get up!
Contact info: www.miclknight.com
Until next week! Stay healthy and empowered!
When I ask entrepreneurs what they wish they had more of, the number one answer is almost always, "time". Most are looking for time to get things done in addition to time with loved ones and time to themselves, which they almost never seem to get. The challenge is real for many women entrepreneurs; something they struggle with every day.
When looking for a "fix" most try to resolve it by applying the solutions that are typical, or what I call part of the one-size fits all boxed solutions. Those things may even work, but only for a limited time due to the fact that they don't address what's beneath and the nature of the overall approach. Simply put, you cannot solve a problem with the same approach or philosophy from which it stems. It just doesn't work. You have to have a totally different approach.
What's necessary is a holistic approach when it comes to getting things done. You have to look at things from a different perspective and apply a more effective approach. During this broadcast we're going to talk about my holistic approach to getting things done. We'll dive into the different perspective and approach as well as what it means to have a holistic approach to getting things done.
Please come join me live as I delve into solving your problems when it comes to getting things done.
in Self Help
In this episode Dionne Adessa: Author/Writer, Self-Love Coach, Style Influencer & Inspirational Speaker talks about the power behind writing things down and goal setting. She shares the secrets that she learned along the way to Rising in Love with Herself in order for you to do the same. After this episode you will have gained powerful insight, tools and knowledge to begin to create the life on your own terms.
P.S. - Make sure to have a pen and some paper handy for you will definitely want to jot down notes
Rise in Love!
Ephesians 4:28 says: "Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth."
Our quote for today is from Philip Stanhope. He said: "Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination: never put off till tomorrow what you can do today."
Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are looking at Part 2 of Step 5: "Raise Your Energy Level."
Edwin Bliss writes:
When it comes to boosting your energy level, programmed exercise is only part of the story. There is also the matter of getting the kind of physical activity during the working day that will prevent fatigue.
People with sedentary jobs often get too little activity at their work and consequently become lethargic. We weren't designed to work at a desk or a machine or a computer screen for eight hours at a stretch. These prolonged periods of immobility cause the blood to stagnate in the large muscles and in the extremities. The result is a feeling of drowsiness or tiredness, so that when we are faced with an unpleasant, postponable task, the scales are tipped toward postponement rather than toward action.
Most office tasks can be done at least part of the time standing up. Now, of course, if you are an office worker you will sit most of the time, but you should use every opportunity to alternate between sitting and standing to minimize fatigue. For example, you might form the habit of standing when on the telephone. An extra-long telephone cord or a cordless phone can free you from being confined to one spot while phoning.
Get Things Done! #28
Ephesians 5:15-16 says: "See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil."
Our quote for today is from Karen Lamb. She said: "A year from now you may wish you had started today."
Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are beginning Step 5: “Raise Your Energy Level.”
A person may have a clear idea of what needs to be done and a firm intention of doing it only to find that physical exhaustion causes repeated postponement. Fatigue is one of the most common causes of procrastination.
Fatigue from normal physical exertion is a natural, healthy response, but it tends to be short-lived. Once your body bounces back, you experience an abundance of energy. But chronic fatigue the kind that gives rise to procrastination is a malady, and unless it is dealt with, it will thwart your efforts to get things done.