How many tabs and folders do you constantly have open on your computer? If you’re anything like me, you have at least a dozen open at any given time!

This often makes life easier for us when we’re business owners: We might need to refer to a few different internal resources while we’re working on projects, for example. Rather than closing them, it just makes more sense to keep things open. 

→ But it can ALSO lead to distraction and overwhelm. Eep.

A beautiful way to navigate this—and get the best of both worlds—is to make great use of your computer background screen.

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At some point or another, we all experience overwhelm. Some of us may be more familiar with the feeling than others! And when you have your own business (or you’re thinking about starting one), or if you’re multi-passionate… Well. Overwhelm DEFINITELY becomes a reality that we need to deal with.

There are three mistakes people tend to make at this point:

The first mistake you’re probably making is to succumb to the overwhelm.

The second mistake is when you think that there’s no way out…

And the third mistake? You aren’t addressing the real root cause of your feelings of overwhelm.

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Do you define yourself as a perfectionist? Are you tired of perfectionism getting in the way? If you’re wondering how to overcome perfectionism, I did a quick mini coaching session for Ultimate Bundles (where I’m the featured guest expert for the month of May)… and I wanted to share these perfectionism tips with you, too!

This video training was in response to a solopreneur’s comment in that group. They said:

“I’m researching ad nauseam how to do something, because I’m more committed to doing it right than I am in having the results of it.”

Are you feeling that way,

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Curious about how you can be multi-passionate AND productive? This case study shares how CJ (owner of Pawfect Photo Moments and ProofreadStyle LLC) did it…

Tell us a little about your life and work, and where you were at before you joined Productivity Powerhouse:

I work a 9-5 job as a Metrology technician at a well-known medical device manufacturing company while also running two businesses part-time. One business is a pet photography business while the other is a freelance writing/editing business. Of course, this comes with a lot of overwhelm and busyness and I had burned out severely at the beginning of 2021,

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Last month, I shared with you about the problems around “traditional” toxic productivity and hustle culture. So at this point, you might be wondering… What IS true productivity? Today, let’s get into what true productivity is, and what healthy productivity looks like…

True productivity is efficient and abundant. It’s about getting more high quality and meaningful work done in less time, WITHOUT burnout. True productivity is about working on tasks that you like doing, and making awesome progress toward achieving your dreamy goals, while still having abundant energy to actually enjoy all that extra time you free up.

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Did you know that with the right productivity templates, you can easily save 10+ hours/week, EVERY week in your business? Simply by setting up your business foundations with awesome, powerful productivity assets, you will dramatically save time—and prevent burnout and overwhelm! Here are the productivity templates that every small business owner needs…

✔ Action plan for improving productivity. 

This uses personality-based productivity methodologie and your learning style, and it also takes into account your unique business goals, team requirements, lifestyle and values, and so on. When you have a concrete, tangible productivity action plan that’s grounded in your personal productivity style,

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You do NOT need to use toxic productivity hacks in your business… and you don’t need to succumb to hustle culture! Anti-hustle productivity is what I live and breathe as an anti-hustle Productivity Strategist & Success Coach, and it is so beautiful and incredible to watch how my clients—regardless of their background, lifestyle, business model, personal goals, etc—are able to skyrocket their productivity and dramatically increase their success, as a direct result of the anti-hustle productivity methods I teach.

…In fact, I even created a BRAND-NEW Foundations of Business Productivity workshop, which shares all about my anti-hustle productivity methodology,

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Got a question for you today… How much is your time worth to you? 

Really—take a moment and think about it. 

Time is one of our most invaluable commodities. Once it’s gone, we can’t exactly get it back. And we all know how easy it is to let days, weeks, months, years go by without enjoying our time the way we want.

Speaking of enjoyment, here’s another useful thought experiment: If you could have anything in the world… What does that look like for you? 

(Again, take a moment and think about it!)

When I ask my clients this question,

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Have you ever struggled to balance planning in your business, with taking action and actually making great progress on your goals? That’s what we’re addressing today! I want to share 4 recommendations for how to balance planning with action as a solopreneur…

This was originally recorded as an episode on Indie Author Weekly, in relation to writing a book—tune in to listen to that episode, or keep reading below:

If you’ve attended any of my trainings or taken productivity coaching with me, then you’ve probably heard me say this before: Planning without taking action is just as problematic as taking action without planning. 

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So many of my clients are concerned, embarrassed, and frustrated because they struggle with procrastinating tons in their business. And yes, procrastination IS a problem… but it does NOT need to be as big of an issue as you might think! Here’s why…

3 reasons why procrastination does NOT need to be a death sentence in your business:
#1: If you’re procrastinating on one thing, then it’s an opportunity to make progress in other areas, on other projects.

Just because you’re procrastinating on one project or task, doesn’t mean you’ll be procrastinating on EVERY project or task. You can take this procrastination as an opportunity to check off other boxes on your to-do list—after all,

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