Every time I poll my readers, “TIME” comes up as the biggest roadblock to success and happiness.
You feel like there just isn’t enough time for what you really care about and that you’re pulled in so many different directions that your commitments overwhelm you. You think that another article on productivity hacks will help. Or if you had the right planner or project management system everything in your life would just run smooth.
You’re sure that YOU just need to do it better, bigger, different.
Some how if YOU change yourself to make the system work (twisting yourself in a pretzel) then it will work.[/text_block]
I know this is possible for you because I changed “time” for myself.
My name is Karen Hudson, and over the past three years I’ve been perfecting the art of time management, and have taught this process to dozens of my private clients.
But it wasn’t always this way…
I used to say yes to everything and everyone because I felt like I had to. To be appreciated, to feel like I was enough, or just so I didn’t let anyone down.
My weeks often left me feeling overwhelmed and made me physically and emotionally sick. I was so fatigued and run down, I started making excuses and flat out lying to get out of commitments because I couldn’t cope. But flaking out only made me feel more upset, more like a failure, and left me wondering what was wrong with me?
After buying my 10th planner, and spending thousands to learn “time management systems”, I realized that it had nothing to do with me.
I realized that if I wanted to change, I had to change my relationship to time.
To redefine what was important to me and why, so that I could create a schedule that reflected what I wanted to do, what I chose to do, so I could feel good about it.[/text_block]
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_color=”%23333″]In this course, we’re going to dive deep into the the key areas that create the foundation of your relationship with time and change it from the inside out. You’ll finally be able to…[/text_block]
Being able to look at time this way allows me to know that everything I’m doing is my choice. All the blaming, resentment and negativity goes out the window. There’s no more shame about taking the weekends off. No more fear about saying “No” when I’m asked to take on more than I know I can handle. No more comparing myself to those “wonder women” who seem to get it all done.
My new relationship with time gives me…
…more time to create,
… more time to spend on what’s important to me, and
… I get to feel great about my schedule, instead of stressed out.
This program could not have come at a better time! My biggest area of unmanageability in 2015 has been my schedule and time management. This course has lead me to break through some huge blocks where I feel I “owe” my time and recognize my true priorities. I used to feel like my schedule owned me and would dread opening my calendar each morning because there was no way I would ever get through everything that was on there and still have time for me.
Karen is absolutely amazing as a coach and offers invaluable tools to really dig deep and uncover what has really kept my schedule in chaos. I feel much more at peace and am finding that I am more productive while meeting all of my own personal needs. This program has led to huge shifts in the way I view my time and my relationship with my day planner. Anyone who feels like they need more hours in a day or like their life is out of balance would benefit immensely from this program!
My biggest struggle with time has been guilt around feeling like I’m always “not doing enough”. I’ve often berated myself in my own head as ‘lazy’ or ‘unfocused’, and usually all that negative self-talk leads to even more paralysis, keeping me from moving forward. After just one focused session with Karen, I was able to shine light on how my relationship with time continued to serve this insecurity. She offered tools and insights that I was able to implement the very next day, and I can honestly say I’ve already seen a major shift.
Almost everyone I know seems to never have enough time in the day. Culturally we’re bombarded with messages to get more and more and MORE done. I would highly recommend Karen’s course to my friends, family and any person who feels they just can’t keep up with life’s many responsibilities.
Instead of waking up with anxiety and letting that push me throughout the day, I’ve been able to enjoy more of my day. I still find myself going into ‘overwhelm’ mode sometimes, but then I’ll notice it, acknowledge it, and allow myself to shift into a more relaxed yet energetic flow.
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”20″ font_color=”%23333″]Each week starting January 25, through content and coaching, we will examine the role time plays in your life and where the battle of priorities upsets the balance. You’ll get real-time practice in creating a new relationship with time, healthy boundaries with your schedule and learn the beautiful art of says “YES” to what really matters to you.
In this course, we’re going to dive deep into the the key areas that create the foundation of your relationship with time and change it from the inside out.[/text_block]
The key to creating a new relationship with time is creating a non-nonnegotiable time for YOU to set your schedule for the week. The only way to have the feeling of more time in your life is to learn to be proactive rather than reactive.
I found myself constantly struggling with my attitude about time and letting it drive me with a scarcity mentality. Shifting my relationship to time through this program has allowed me to detach and take emotion of the past out of tomorrow’s time. This program has showed me how to put the power back into my hands, and how to look at time as something I can use to benefit my life and not just let it slip away.
As a mompreneur juggling multiple businesses, Karen has taught me to look at how I place value on my time. Prior to working with Karen, I thought that I had to say “yes” to every opportunity and request for my time, which had me spinning my wheels in hyperdrive and going no where fast. I now realize that saying “no” isn’t about hurting feelings or coming up short – it is simply about setting healthy scheduling boundaries that will help me to move my business forward and to truly be present with my family.