Hi. I’m Tracey, and I’m a somewhat over-achiever, or a recovering perfectionist. I’m not entirely sure which, but a combination of the two seems to fit the bill.
I tend to try to get a lot done any given day. I seem to have a belief that getting a ton done any given day should be the norm. Consequently, I plan far more to do in a day that can possibly be accomplished by even the most superhuman among us. And by doing this, I inadvertently set myself up for failure. A lot.
Sounding familiar to anyone?
The good news is that there is a solution!
If you’ve been following along in my last few emails, you probably know that we’ve been rolling out a completely new way of working with clients. We’re calling it Good Guardian Planning Workshops. It’s a whole new way of working with our clients. A way of helping them get their planning done that doesn’t feel anything like they thought it would to work with a lawyer.
And as a true over-achiever, I realized I should share this new-found way of working with other estate planning attorneys. With that, Good Guardian was born. It’s a new entrepreneurial venture reaching estate planning attorneys across the country, and shifting the industry.
But I digress. Like I said, I tend to plan to do more any given day than is probably possible to accomplish in a week. The problem is that I’m completely unaware that it’s not possible until I get into the middle of it and realize that it’s never going to happen.
And my habit has always been to beat myself up. To consider it a personal failure that I couldn’t get everything done. It was a huge energy suck and a major life buzz-kill.
Enter Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking and True Focus Coaching.
I’m a long-time believer in having a coach. Each and every one of us can benefit from reaching out for help when we see we have a blind spot. And this was mine.
I’ve been working with Sarah in her Time Matters Mastery program this year. In just a few short months I’ve implemented new habits and now rely on new tools that are making me a better planner and much better implementer. I’m more effective when I’m working. I’m more effective when I’m not working. Meaning I’ve come to learn that I need down time where I’m not thinking I should be working. (If we’re Facebook friends you’ve probably seen me posting about jigsaw puzzles. I LOVE them! So much fun! It’s my meditation.)
The best part is that her work is all about figuring out exactly what’s right for you. It’s not about another system or another technique. It’s about using the strengths we each have to our best advantage. It’s about developing the system or technique that’s just right for you.
Dr. Sarah is offering her work in a convenient 3-day boot camp next month. And I have super discounted guest tickets! Want to learn more about the boot camp?
When you’re ready to sign up, click on TIME MATTERS BOOT CAMP GUEST TICKET for discounted tickets. And hey, you can even bring a friend and let them while you’re at it, bring a friend!