119: Rhythm and Flow – Erin Elizabeth Wells

December 20, 2016

Positivity Effect by Dr. Tom 119:Rhythm And Flow - Erin Elizabeth Wells

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Rhythm And Flow

Erin Elizabeth Wells is a Productivity Strategist who works with high performers including corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and influencers to improve their productivity, focus, and effectiveness in their work and daily life. Her approach focuses on creating productivity with purpose for her clients connecting to the WHY of our action rather than simply doing more faster. – she’s the founder of the productivity company Living Peace and now functions under the company title Chosen Course.

CLICK HERE for Erin’s Website

CLICK HERE to download her FREE Life Rhythm Map

On today’s episode we discuss:

  • Erin’s journey into the productivity world
  • Why disorganization occurs in all of us
  • Why it’s important to dial in the “Why” of organization
  • Focusing on our sense of purpose and direction
  • The value of entrepreneurship
  • Active vs. reactive
  • Getting a hold of your day
  • Tasks vs. goals
  • Why SMART goals may not work
  • Why you can’t compartmentalize balance in your life
  • Focusing on the WIN

 

Erin’s Impact: She hopes that the people who’s lives she’s touched would say that they lived life with intentionality because of her interactions and the things they were inspired to consider based on their conversations

Erin’s nuggets of wisdom

“How many times in our lives has something significant occurred, and the systems that were in place before that event no longer fit the life that we’re living”

“In any major life change, if you are introducing something new, and you don’t know why it’s important to you, the likelihood of it sustaining for a long period of time is small”

“We’re all very good at keeping ourselves busy. Just kind of having a whole bunch of things that show up in our worlds that drive our attention but they may or may not be the things that are most moving the things that we care about most deepest forward”

“I encourage people to throw out the old concept of annualized thinking. Don’t wait for a specific moment like January 1st.”

“Create the shape, but hold it loosly”

Another episode of the Positivity Effect goes live next Tuesday – stay tuned!!

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