101 Ways to Make More Time for You

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101 Ways to Make More Time for You

from CoveyClub

 

Ready to take your time back?

We at CoveyClub have been watching what’s happening to all of us post-COVID. It’s a crazy scramble to balance the new things in your life that are meaningful and important and fill you up with the things that you’re obligated to do. But we also know that there are techniques for control so that you can make the most of every day and find enough time to celebrate the things you want to do. Scroll below for everything CoveyClub knows about finding more time in the day (without losing your mind!).

 

Classes & Workshops

SECRETS TO GET BACK 10 HOURS A WEEK

Business coach Jennifer Kim shows you three simple steps to determining your biggest moneymaker, what tasks to eliminate and how to create your perfect schedule. 

 

 


 

IS PERFECTIONISM HOLDING YOU BACK?
Learn some easy-to-implement strategies to overcome perfectionism from Debbie Rosemont, a productivity consultant who helps professionals prioritize their work and produce consistent results.

 

 


GET MORE DONE WITH LESS EFFORT: DIVE DEEP INTO THE CORE VALUES ASSESSMENT
Coach Coleen Gose will walk you through results of the test (it’s free and takes 10 minutes) and help you determine what drives you to succeed, why some things motivate you, and how to use this knowledge to get more done.

 


STOP STRIVING FOR PERFECTION AND ACTUALLY GET THINGS DONE
Coach Micha Goebig will teach you how to identify unhealthy perfectionism, and show you why striving for perfect is both frustrating and impossible.

 

 


WHY MULTITASKING MAKES YOU STUPID (AND KEEPS YOU FROM GETTING THINGS DONE)
Debbie Rosemont says ‘enough multitasking’. One of the only ways to take back your productivity and raise your self esteem again, is to wean yourself off what you think is modern and smart and relearn how to focus and achieve.

 

 

 


 

WHERE PRODUCTIVITY MEETS PURPOSE: HOW TO GET ORGANIZED AND GET THINGS DONE

Life strategist Sophie Ciche will show you how you can identify your purpose and use digital resources to organize your tasks, streamline your to-do list, and commit to the projects that matter most to you.

 

Here at CoveyClub we are entrepreneurs, empty nesters – and reinvention experts! We know that navigating midlife brings new challenges and new opportunities alike. Our founder, former More Magazine editor-in-chief Lesley Jane Seymour, created CoveyClub as a community for other midlife women to learn and connect so they can build the businesses – and the lives – of their dreams! Join us in the Nest membership for free access to our massive library of past classes like the ones above and so many other benefits! We’ll hold a space for you while you figure out what’s next.

Articles

ARE WE READY TO RETURN TO THE FRANTIC PACE OF PRE-PANDEMIC LIFE?

Women 40+ talk about how Covid changed the way they work and live.

by Lori Miller Kase

THE 6 ROADBLOCKS TO SUCCESS AND HOW TO FIX THEM

When it comes to achieving, mindset is everything. And you can change your mindset.

by Diane Flynn

GET SH*T DONE: 10 PRODUCTIVITY TIPS TO TRY

These hacks from popular time management books can help you stay focused.

by Lori Miller Kase

THE TERROR OF HAVING TOO MUCH TIME

Getting off the Uber-busy track can create a kind of panic in the afternoon.

by Erica Baird and Karen Wagner

Podcasts

 

RUNNING HER SIDE HUSTLE ON 1HR A DAY
(NICOLE MALCOM-MANYARA)

One of the things Malcolm-Manyara learned when working in the incubator was the concept of figuring out your killer issue. “If you have an idea, you sit down and try and figure out what the two or three things that absolutely have to be true in order for [you] to be successful with this idea…and you solve for those things.”


 

 

REINVENTING YOUR TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS
(ASHLEY WHILLANS)

“Older individuals in general are better at prioritizing time,” says Ashley Whillans, “But one thing I’ve also seen in some of my data is that older adults struggle a little bit to change their habits around work and meaningful pursuits outside of work.” An assistant professor at Harvard, a rising star in behavioral science, and author of the book Time Smart: How to Reclaim Your Time and Live a Happier Life, Whillans is a wealth of information. But even for Whillans, there was a period when time stress was impacting her life. In this conversation with CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour she shares her fabulous tips that will help you break down your time into three areas so you can manage time and not let time manage you.

 

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