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I wanted to let everyone know that I will be hosting FREE round table discussions via Zoom.us for the next 3 Saturdays at 8:30-9:00 a.m. PST (the first one will be September 30th). I will be sharing Mental Toughness tips, tools and habits, and then open it up for plenty of Q & A. Log in details are below, and I encourage you to share with any colleagues, friends or family members you think would be interested in attending.
Now to today's topic: One World-Class Tip to Control Your Day
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Have you ever had a week where the sh%@t hits the fan? If so, you are most definitely not alone. Here’s a world-class tip on how to best get through it. This tip will also help make those normal but busy days feel a bit more relaxed, in control and rewarding!
One habit that world-class performers have that you can learn too is: develop clear boundaries.
For me, #1 is that I need to get sleep. No sleep means I’m not able to be my best. I can’t serve my 1:1 clients, monthly subscription-based clients or deliver in my corporate workshops and trainings. Full transparency, I am not that fun to be around either (or so I’ve been told :). I set clear boundaries around when I shutdown screens (8:30 pm on weekdays) and when I start my evening ritual (chamomile tea, ice water, meditation). There are exceptions to the rule, but not often. When it does happen, I take a nap during the day, even for 15-20 minutes. Another example of a boundary is when I schedule a one hour lunch-time break to walk, read, eat and meditate (even for 5 minutes!) I may have lunch with a friend, but no work, errands, etc.
What do you NEED to be your best self throughout the day, and how do you protect it?
Here are a couple tips to help you to be world-class at what’s important to you by setting boundaries and taking a little control of your day:
Boundaries help you take control of your day, so it doesn’t control you. We have all had those days where we gave up on what’s important to us, and gave into others requests that could have been delegated or deferred. Again, we want to be conscientious but determined, so we can be world-class at what’s important to us.
I am here to support you and to make this content real.
Here’s to you being amazing!
Mental Toughness is the tool belt or catalyst which helps you to make consistent progress and to be happy along the way. Please check out the library of (free) resources on my website (www.SherylKline.com) or schedule an appointment with me if you’d like to learn more!
Please do share if you found this helpful, and keep your eyes open for "Mental Toughness Mastery" which is my new monthly livecast coming out in the next couple of weeks! I am SO excited to share this with you, and you will be the first to know once it is launched!
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Overwhelmed by your current schedule and possibly underwhelmed by the progress you’re making on initiatives that matter to you?
It’s definitely that time of year, and you are not alone. The good news is that you can have a "mini intervention" with yourself, your schedule, and the impact you’re having, so you can feel less overwhelmed and more in control and on purpose. You’ll likely be more fun to be around too:)
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