Increased productivity and increased discipline mean that you make more progress on what matters, and have more free time as you do. Learn how to increase your self-discipline and personal productivity with these time-management hacks and mindset shifts; you’ll see a change in how you approach your life management right away. Get the full show notes at www.trishblackwell.com/518
Double Coaching Month!!!
Trish is a magical human. She has a confidence level that is indescribable and her ability to effortlessly coach her audience is truly next level.
Trish, thank you for your energy and all of the compassion you have for your following. You truly are living your dharma.
You’re not undisciplined – you just have allowed the habit of being that way.
Know that this is a choice.
Be aware of your excuses and justifications. (ADHD, fatigue, etc.)
The undisciplined habit
-Now focused instead of future-focused
The good news – habits can be changed.
They’re only strong because you’ve repeated them a whole bunch.
Are you willing to do the work to repeat them?
Stop relying on willpower (it’s like strengthening your pinkie)
Set up systems where things are easy
Know why what you do matters
Separate yourself from “average”
Create accountability – group accountability and accountability to your future-self
Work on your internal belief
Commit to the compound effect – the belief that your efforts of investment always pay off
Know the benefit — more done in less time.
Know that you can be – and operate from the emotion of inspiration and excitement, not pressure, guilt, and shame
Calendar your week.
Allocate a time spot for everything – including rest and workouts and fun time.
Brain dump all your tasks.
Gamify things and reward yourself.
Do what you do best and pay someone else to do the rest.
I have a high capacity to get a lot done in a little amount of time.
I am becoming a more focused person.
I am the boss of my time and I am a good boss.
I use my time efficiently and so I create more free time to enjoy life on purpose.
I don’t have to do it, I just have to know what matters the most to do.
My name is Michelle Meza, and I was delighted to join your How to Trust Yourself Workshop yesterday. I was actually the last person who raised a question, sharing a bit of my journey as a Peruvian-American, first-generation citizen (and native Spanish speaker!) currently working as a political appointee in the Administration.
I am thrilled to share that, determined to put a stronger follow-through to my self-commitments into practice, I JUST SIGNED UP to the COC. Thank you so much for this incredible opportunity and for sharing such powerful life-changing lessons, which I have already started applying to my daily ritual with self-affirmations this morning.
All I can say is thank you, thank you, thank you for irradiating such light and confidence, which made me realize that it was about time to release my own.
See you in The College!