This week’s episode is a Q+A session where I answer a question about dealing with overwhelm and how to manage new opportunities.
This week, Lisa Likes Spider Oak ONE, a super awesome, privacy-enhanced backup system that stores your files on a hard drive and in the cloud for access anytime across multiple devices. A life saver if anything ever happens to your computer.
This episode covers:
-Why “no” is a complete sentence and why “hell yeah or no” is a great place to start
-Values and how they inform a vision, goals, plans, actions, and measuring the return on choices
-Rest + sleep and why they’re so necessary (and generally awesome)
-Priming the creative pump
-Productivity: hacks for batching, email, time management, and efficiency
-Assessing costs for an opportunity in terms of time, money, energy, and opportunity cost
-Choosing projects that benefit the greater good
-Aligning opportunities with goals
-FOMO is a mofo (full stop)
-Figuring out what really matters to you and having the opportunities you accept reflect that
Hit me up and let me know what you think of this episode!
STUFF MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Hell Yeah or No by Derek Sivers
Maximum Achievement by Brian Tracy
What Got You Here Won’t Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith