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Finding Your Rhythm

“The human brain has never been as taxed as it is today. Finding your rhythm is more important than ever.”

Hope you all enjoyed a relaxing Labor Day Weekend. Now that our summer if “unofficially” over, the kids are back to school and the days are getting shorter, our daily routines are changing.

As we establish our new routines, it’s important to find our rhythm so we can get the most out of each day. When you find your rhythm, you don’t plan everything you’re doing; you’re just dong it. You’ll be “in the zone.” Allow the “daily grind,” the things you do repetitively every day, to be taken care of by the automatic pilot in your brain. It’s that force that allows us to do much more than you think, which frees the frontal lobes to do the creative, sophisticated work they are uniquely qualified to do.

In Distraction Podcast #25, you’ll learn more tips on finding your rhythm; including the #1 thing you can do every day to help you stay focused and accomplish your goals. Listen and you’ll also learn tips on:

  • dealing with difficult people;
  • managing toxic worry;
  • delegating;
  • forgiveness; and more.

If you missed last week’s mini-episode, “5 Simple Tips to Prepare for Back to School,” click here.

As always, thank you for being a part of my “Podcast Community.” Please let us know how we’re doing and if you have a topic you’d like me to discuss.

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