If you’re like a lot of my readers and listeners, you more or less always feel like there isn’t enough time in the day to do everything that you want to do.

You might even feel that your life is totally out of balance and walk around in a constant state of anxiety about what you’re doing, not doing, should be doing, shouldn’t be doing, and so forth.

Well, I know how that goes, what with writing a new book, running several businesses, raising a family, and so forth, and while there are deeper discussions that can be had about purposes, priorities, and perspectives, a great place to start on the problem is simply time management.

In short, if you make a few simple changes to how you spend your time every day, you might be shocked at how much more you can get done and how effortless and enjoyable it can feel. As you’ll see in this interview, this is really low-hanging, common sensical stuff that, for whatever reason, very few people actually do.

And to break it all down for us, I’ve recruited personal trainer, attorney, and time management coach Donata White to explain how we can get far more out of the 24 hours that we get every day than we’re used to or even thought possible.

As you’ll see, she outlines a simple productivity strategy that starts with asking yourself a few questions and learning to prioritize your time, and then moves into implementing a few basic but powerful productivity strategies like time blocking, minimizing transitions, eliminating distractions, and more.

We also talk a bit about how all these things apply to health and fitness, namely meal planning and building a sustainable exercise routine.

So, if you could use more productivity and less stress in your life, I think you’ll find this interview helpful.

Here it is…

TIME STAMPS

YouTube:

6:01 – What is your personal story that led you to create good time management practices?

9:09 – What is the first step of creating good time management practices?

12:22 – What are the common mistakes people do that eat up their free time?

19:37 – What is time-blocking and transitions?

25:32 – What are some meal-prepping tips to create even more free time?

29:48 – How are people underestimating their transition times? How can transition times improve?

37:07 – What are the benefits of good time management practices?

46:59 – What are the best apps and services that help time organization?

55:03 – How does your health and fitness affect your time management?

57:57 – What are some practices people can do to help them focus more on their current task?

1:07:00 – How can people connect with you and find your work?

MP3 Audio:

8:54 – What is your personal story that led you to create good time management practices?

12:02 – What is the first step of creating good time management practices?

15:15 – What are the common mistakes people do that eat up their free time?

22:30 – What is time-blocking and transitions?

28:25 – What are some meal-prepping tips to create even more free time?

32:41 – How are people underestimating their transition times? How can transition times improve?

40:00 – What are the benefits of good time management practices?

49:52 – What are the best apps and services that help time organization?

57:56 – How does your health and fitness affect your time management?

1:00:50 – What are some practices people can do to help them focus more on their current task?

1:09:53 – How can people connect with you and find your work?

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