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Episode13 Time Management! Why do we never have time for exercise? How to break down excuses and learn how to live your BEST most happy life. We sit down with extraordinary Zumba teacher Sus! Intervew – finding your joy

Wellness Wednesday today is all about Time Management

Episode13 You have time to exercise! Stop Lying to yourself- Time Management tips from a Joyful Zumba Instructor – Flex Podcast Interviews Sus the happy Dancer Pop Pilates pro – finding your joy- Personal Reflection of how it’s “hard” to be a woman and have a body

Better FLEX through Time Management this week. 

Sus takes on the idea of Flex. She gives her best advice for finding Joy and being grateful.
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We dive into Time Management from the perspective of not being great at time management. Sure there might be a pile of dirty laundry, but you don’t have to do everything right now. 

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Better FLEX through Time Management this week. 

How to better FLEX through life, with your hosts Amy V. and Thea M. We’re going to talk about how Mental Health and Fitness intersect, we give you the tricks to better flex through everything to help you create the life you want.  Amy is a Therapist, an expert in trauma with lots of personal experiences in Fitness. Thea is a Personal trainer, an expert in the Fitness world with lots of personal experiences with trauma. We’ll provide helpful lessons to better love yourself, overcome trauma and help you find the best version of you.  We’re 2 friends having a conversation and interviewing REALLY great people and sharing our reasons you should move your body to help get your mind right.

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We want to help you life your best life

Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between different activities. Get it right, and you’ll end up working smarter, not harder, to get more done in less time – even when time is tight and pressures are high. The highest achievers manage their time exceptionally well.

Sus is such an amazing person. A proud mama, a fitness coach extraordinar. It was great to sit down and interview her on how she manages time to focus on Fun.

Project creep, slipping deadlines, and a to-do list that seems to get longer each day — these experiences are all too common in both life and work. With the new year resolution season upon us, many people are boldly trying to fulfill goals to “manage time better,” “be more productive,” and “focus on what matters.” Development goals like these are indeed important to career success. Look no further than large-scale surveys that routinely find time management skills among the most desired workforce skills, but at the same time among the rarest skills to find.

So how do we become better time managers? There is certainly no shortage of advice — books and blogs, hacks and apps, all created to boost time management with a bevy of ready-to-apply tools. Yet, the most frustrating reality for individuals trying to improve their time management is that no matter how effectively designed these tools might be, they are unlikely to work. Simply put, these tools presume a person’s underlying skill set, but the skills comprising time management precede the effectiveness of any tool or app. For example, would anyone seriously expect that purchasing a good set of knives, high-end kitchen equipment, and fresh ingredients would instantly make someone a five-star chef? Certainly not. Similarly, using a scheduling app without the prerequisite time management skills is unlikely to produce positive time management outcomes.

Listen HERE:

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1939066/10982886-episode13-time-management-why-do-we-never-have-time-for-exercise-how-to-break-down-excuses-and-learn-how-to-live-your-best-most-happy-life-we-sit-down-with-extraordinary-zumba-teacher-sus-intervew-finding-your-.mp3?download=true