May 1, 2018
How Do You Prioritize Multiple Projects?
- What are some good time management
strategies? Especially when faced with multiple projects with
different audiences & intentions?
- What do you do to effectively manage
your time so you have time to create (while juggling multiple
- How do I strike a balance between
going with the flow vs planning?
- How do you know when it's time to stop and hit the reset
- How do you make time to stop and hit
the reset button?
- How do you keep work from sneaking in
and eating up your rest/reset time?
Links to references made in the podcast:
- Jema's project buckets
- free SEO
training for newbies
- T2B support crew
Movement - a great FB group for podcasters where Jema runs a
weekly activity. (NB - Jema's
activity not available for summer)
- Jema's Half the Clothes travel website
about to deploy its life hacking section and five new
- Where you can contact Jema if you're
interested in an online business internship
- Wanderlife.co - the coming-soon website
to help people who want to hack their housing or financial life by
living in a van, tiny house, or other creative
exchanging - what Jema spends 10-15 hours of her week
doing. Her favorite travel and life
- A Depth
Year - David Cain's hypothetical idea that his Raptitude
readers were immediately desperate to make a reality.
(And Raptitude's taglines are actually "a street level look at the
human existence" and "getting better at being human." If
you're listening... sorry, David!)
Episode 5 where we talked about the "How to
Have Time to Do Everything" exercise. And Warren Buffet's 5/25
advice response to "How do you prioritize multiple projects?"
(And How to Fit Creating and Marketing into a Busy Life…
without Dependable WiFi.)
- 01:57 . . . How do
you prioritize multiple projects?
- 04:05 . . . How Jema
splits her time when stressed out
- 05:06 . . . How to
know when to pull the brakes on multiple projects and hit the reset
- 08:16 . . . How it
feels for Berna (and most people!) to consider pulling the brakes
on the stressed-out-too-much-to-do life.
- 10:40 . . . Berna
recognizes which signs in her life have actually been pointing to
the need for at least a break from juggling multiple
- 12:35 . . . How to
hit the reset button once you've taken a break from being stressed
out with too much to do.
- 14:59 . . . How long
you should rest once you've started wondering, "What do you do to
effectively manage your time?"
- 15:32 . . . People
who are good at resting. And why westerners aren't.
- 16:57 . . . The few
westerners who are good at resting (as opposed to asking, "What are
some good time management strategies?"), how they're doing it, and
how you can, too.
- 17:21 . . . Why your
break from life needs to be two weeks - not one.
- 17:56 . . . You know
you're a westerner when...
- 18:27 . . . The
mindset that will help you successfully take an important break
- 20:30 . . . What it
means if something seems hard and scary.
- 20:50 . . . What rest
and dehydration have in common
- 21:43 . . . How to
design a routine that doesn't lead to overwhelming stress and
anxiety. And that helps you get what you want out of
- 23:04 . . . What happens to your productivity
compulsion when you rest. And why.
- 25:14 . . . The
bright side of being constantly driven to
- 32:05 . . . What to
do if you can't make yourself rest.
- 34:02 . . . How to
strike a balance between going with the flow vs
- 34:42 . . . Berna's
homework (that you can do, too!)
- 36:00 . . . How to
get your T2B fix between episodes
- 38:05 . . . What
Berna is most dreading in her life
- 40:11 . . . Why Jema
wants you to stop saying "doing nothing."
- 40:39 . . . What Jema
is (ironically?) dreading in her life
- 42:41 . . . Outtakes.
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