As ambitious women it's time to create a new approach to productivity by tuning into who we are and the freedom we want to feel. This is where we're challenging the outdated productivity advice and saying 'see ya' to the time management tips, tools, and tactics that aren't a fit. Join your host, Amanda Jane, as she explores MORE WAYS to do what matters, be productive, and build a life and business with purpose.
One Word that Creates the Most Suffering [Ep.10]
Through my work with hundreds of clients I’ve become attuned to how much language effects mindset and the actions you take.
For the full lesson recap, visit amandajane.ca/podcast10
In this episode, I'm sharing:
The one word that creates the most suffering in day-to-day life... it's probably not what you think Reasons this word is dangerous to use with yourself and othersHow subtle the destructive nature of this word and it's relatives are to you and your energyAlternatives that you can substitute for this word that are 100x better
Are you the driver or passenger of your life? [Ep.09]
I'm sharing a fun metaphor about the differences between being a driver or passenger of a car and in your life.
For show notes, visit amandajane.ca/podcast09
This episode explores the experience of being a passenger and helps you determine if that's how you're going through life and shares what's needed to be a driver. Being the driver of your life isn't about making the right decision it's about taking back the choices that are yours to make every day.
How to use distraction for your benefit [Ep.08]
This episode takes a fun twist on what distraction is and how to use them for your benefit.
For show notes, visit amandajane.ca/podcast08
Digs into the nuance of what distraction is Explores why we distract ourselves, especially from things that we say we really want to doShares 3 benefits of distractionA simple method to leverage distraction in your lifeI also introduced my upcoming Courageous Conversation monthly series for women who want to explore an interesting and valuable topic that isn't part of your day-to-day. Because I believe when you slow down and take the opportunity to participate in a safe and supportive dialogue you can discover true growth and deep learning. More details here.
The Danger of Knowing Better Means Doing Better [Ep.07]
Today I’m talking about the danger in believing that knowing better means doing better.
And how continuing to look for new information is one of the productivity traps that could be holding you back from finally starting.
For show notes, visit amandajane.ca/podcast07
Points to the gap between knowing and doingShares what happens when you believe the only thing you need to do better is to find new informationExplores the 3 typical responses when new information doesn't seem to make a difference in what you're doingTo learn more about the 3 elements needed to fill the gap and get started on your idea (without more time management) check out my upcoming workshop here.
When Goals Don't Work (and What to Use Instead) [Ep.06]
In todays episode we're taking a critical look at goals, where they came from, where they're most useful and why. And I share a different tool that you can use if you want something that goals can't give you.
For show notes, visit amandajane.ca/podcast06
This episode is for you if you want to explore:
How goals migrated from one environment to another and why that's a problemA framework called the Layers of Life that helps you determine whether or not to use a goalThe use of commitments as alternatives to goals
Five Lessons from My Year End Review [Ep.05]
In today's episode I'm sharing my process for my end-of-year review. Of course, this is currently timely, and yet you can do a review at any time, it doesn’t have to be at the end of December. There are some tools and things to consider that make it effective and I’m diving diving into those for you. Plus I share 12 great questions for you to use for your review and I open the curtain on my review and the lessons I learned.
For the full lesson recap, visit amandajane.ca/podcast05
In this episode, I’m sharing:
The value of completing an end-of-year reviewThe process, tools and questions you can use to do your own reflection to set up your next yearThe five lessons I’m taking from this year into the nextFor more details about the upcoming training on how to take action on the projects you say you want to do but aren't (WITHOUT more time management or goal setting!) head to amandajane.ca/actiontraining
i love this podcast!
even after only 2 episodes i have already received so much from this podcast! i can’t wait for the next one. these tips are amazing. Shannon