Learning about your areas of strengths and weaknesses can help you make intentional decisions for your life. In this episode, Rachel talks about a simple tool for visualizing how you're doing in different areas of your life.
At different points in our lives, we have different focuses and we must be aware of where we are. Sometimes we need to be grateful for the season and other times our awareness brings a desire for change.
If you're looking to increase productivity, nothing has a bigger effect then getting habits, routines, automation and systems in place. In this episode, Tracy shares a few of her favorite ways to use systems to get more done.
What would it look like to take your "ideal life" and trace it backward to how you got there?
After you've listened to this episode, here are some of the questions Tracy encourages you to ask yourself:
(After you’ve spent some time with all this, reach out at www.impactivity.com/stories and let us know what changes you’re thinking about making.)
Are all your dreams centered around work? What would it look like to branch out and dream in all areas of your life?
If you want to work on discovering your dream, check out our Discover Your Dream course.
Have you explored the power of tiny rewards? How about tiny procrastinations? Each has the ability to make a huge difference in your life. In this episode, Tracy talks about both, and how you can harness the power of tiny.
Mentioned in this episode:
Podcast episode: Creating Rewards that Motivate
Podcast episode: Break Free of the Sticky To-Do
We all have those to-do items that won't go away. Figure out a way to get them off your list and learn why they were sticking around in the first place. Then work with your new awareness to build better skills.
We hear all the time that we need to believe that we're enough. But what if it truly doesn't feel true? In this episode, Tracy explores how the answer to this hard question is both Yes and No.
To download the action-step questions Tracy mentions in this episode, go to impactivity.com/goodenough