Today’s guest loves time management, setting goals and prioritisation so much that several years ago she took everything she had learnt over the years and incorporated it into creating a series of planners. If you love a list but have too many lists on the go at one time, maybe a planner might be the answer. In today’s podcast we are going to delve into planning and organisation in your personal and working life and how a planner might just turn the dial for you.
* Please be advised that in today's podcast we talk about the loss of a baby, which some listeners may find distressing
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Why should we set boundaries in our business, life and home? A guest blog by Monique Sveinsson
Setting boundaries is an important part of maintaining healthy relationships and achieving personal and professional success. Whether you're running a business or managing a household, setting boundaries can help you establish expectations, maintain focus, and protect your time and energy. I thought I’d explore the importance of setting boundaries in the home and business, and provide some tips for doing so effectively.
Setting Boundaries in the Home
Setting Boundaries in Business
Setting boundaries in business can help you avoid burnout, increase productivity, and maintain healthy work relationships. Here are some tips for setting boundaries in a business setting.
In conclusion, setting boundaries is an important part of maintaining healthy relationships and achieving personal and professional success. Whether you're managing a household or running a business, taking the time to define your personal space, set clear expectations, and prioritise self-care can help you maintain balance and achieve your goals.
Remember, setting boundaries is a personal process, and what works for one person may not work for another. It's important to be flexible and open to adapting your approach as needed to achieve the best results.