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The Early Accountability Podcast transforms Dreamers into Doers and Visionaries into Victors through goal activation strategies that abandon excuses, jumpstart motivation, and ignite results. Early Accountability Coaching is a specialty focused on helping those who are in the fragile beginning stages of a new endeavor, professional project, lifestyle change, or mindset shift.

Visit www.earlyaccountability.com for more information on reaching your goals!

Early Accountability Kimi Walker

    • Health & Fitness
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The Early Accountability Podcast transforms Dreamers into Doers and Visionaries into Victors through goal activation strategies that abandon excuses, jumpstart motivation, and ignite results. Early Accountability Coaching is a specialty focused on helping those who are in the fragile beginning stages of a new endeavor, professional project, lifestyle change, or mindset shift.

Visit www.earlyaccountability.com for more information on reaching your goals!

    EAP 176: Enjoy Summer AND Reach Your Goals

    EAP 176: Enjoy Summer AND Reach Your Goals

    With Memorial Day signaling the unofficial start of summer, it can be easy to shift to “vacation mode” and start coming up short on your personal and professional goals. On this episode of the Early Accountability Podcast, Kimi gives listeners 4 strategies for enjoying summer while being productive.

    1. Define your work-life balance – Understand your personal, professional, and family roles and goals. Think through your desires and what works best for you and those around you during this season and then define what and when your breaks are going to be.

    2. Plan, plan, plan – Consult with the stakeholders in your various roles to make plans and then commit to them. Write them down, set reminders, create alarms on your phone, and use timers when you need to stay on track and hold yourself accountable.

    3. Set contingencies for yourself – If you have something coming up that you are looking forward to, come up with productivity milestones along the way where you get to reward yourself with as aspect of the upcoming event. For instance, when you finish this thing on your to-do list, you can book your flight, etc. Not only does this build up the anticipation of the trip, but it helps you spur on your productivity ahead of time, so you can truly enjoy yourself without feeling stressed about the work that you didn’t get done.

    4. Intertwine work and fun – When possible, add on a few days of vacation to a work trip or schedule a meeting with a client if you are going to be in their area for vacation. Double-duty trips like this are cost-effective and beneficial because you are able to check a professional box and a personal box at the same time.
    Get out there and enjoy your summer and use these tips to maximize your time and productivity!

    Topics Covered in this Episode:
    • Productivity maximization
    • Intentional planning
    • Work-life balance
    • Time blocking
    • Self-awareness and motivation

    • 9 min
    EAP 175: Dealing with Differences

    EAP 175: Dealing with Differences

    EAP 175: Dealing with Differences by Kimi Walker

    • 6 min
    EAP 174: Mental Health Matters - Stabilize With Selfless Self-Care

    EAP 174: Mental Health Matters - Stabilize With Selfless Self-Care

    EAP 174: Mental Health Matters - Stabilize With Selfless Self-Care by Kimi Walker

    • 9 min
    EAP 173: Mental Health Matters - 3 Ways Your Mind Causes Self-Sabotage

    EAP 173: Mental Health Matters - 3 Ways Your Mind Causes Self-Sabotage

    Our topic on this episode of the Early Accountability Podcast is the 3 ways your mind causes self-sabotage. It is important to be aware of these pitfalls because so much of what you worry about never happens, and even when those things do happen, you almost always handle them better than expected. This knowledge can help you get out of thinking traps and shift your mindset to more beneficial processes.

    1. Taking things personally – Without context or clarity, it is impossible to know why people say or do the things they do. As such, personalizing and allowing yourself to draw conclusions based on your limited understanding of why that person cut you off on the highway can lead to self-sabotage.

    2. Black and white thinking – Recognizing that multiple truths can exist in the same situation for different people is essential to healthy interactions. Sometimes it is not clear cut, so you need to be flexible and open to hearing other perspectives before you jump to conclusions.

    3. Minimizing success – Laser focusing on failures is not only bad for your own wellbeing, but it has negative impacts on those around you. When you are caught in a cycle of minimizing your successes, you are not able to genuinely accept praise or compliments and eventually people will stop giving them. This doesn’t mean that you should become narcistic, but work to find a good balance between humility and pride in your accomplishments and strengths.

    Topics Covered in this Episode:
    • Mental Health Awareness month
    • Self-sabotage
    • Mindset shifts
    • Thinking traps

    Connect with Kimi:
    https://kimiwalker.live/squad
    http://www.kimiwalker.com/
    https://web.facebook.com/kimiwalker
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimiwalker
    https://www.youtube.com/user/KimiFitWell

    • 9 min
    Eap 172: Mental Health Matters - Handling Big Changes

    Eap 172: Mental Health Matters - Handling Big Changes

    On this Mental Health Awareness month episode, Kimi provides listeners with 3 practical tips for adapting to big changes. A change is defined as an intensely different life event or circumstance, and support is the key to navigating the uncertainty that comes with change.

    1. Accept what you can and can’t control – Sit down and process what is going on, either by journaling or talking with someone else, so you can recognize the power you have in the situation as opposed to the things that you need to accept as givens.

    2. Take care of yourself – Eating healthy and prioritizing exercise can improve your overall wellbeing and give you the space to pause and reflect.

    3. Look at the bright side – Be intentional about getting grounded and adopting the right perspective on the changes around you. Choose to see the best in the situation and use the change as an opportunity.

    Topics Covered in this Episode:
    • Mental Health Awareness month
    • Adapting to big changes
    • Perspective
    • Finding support

    Connect with Kimi:
    https://kimiwalker.live/squad
    http://www.kimiwalker.com/
    https://web.facebook.com/kimiwalker
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimiwalker
    https://www.youtube.com/user/KimiFitWell

    • 6 min
    EAP 171: Mental Health Awareness Month 2021

    EAP 171: Mental Health Awareness Month 2021

    EAP 171: Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 by Kimi Walker

    • 2 min

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