EL036: Making the Most of your Time – How to Boost your Productivity, with Liz Brazier
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“Stop thinking and just go do it!” – Liz Brazier
Liz Brazier is a life and accountability coach. Having worked for 20 years in corporate America, she decided that she wanted more from life and started her own business. She now works helping people with their accountability and productivity. In today’s show Jacob talks to Liz about how and why we can make positive changes in our lives, maximizing productivity and by using accountability.
Do you feel like you never have enough time to get everything done? Does your to-do list just seem to keep growing? Then Liz Brazier is here to help. She is a life and accountability coach and helps her clients work on the right things, stay focused and be more productive. By understanding the importance of taking breaks, being organized and having the right mental attitude, we can all become more productive.
“A cluttered desk is a cluttered mind”– Liz Brazier
If you prefer to watch the discussion in action, here is my recorded interview with Liz Brazier (please refresh your browser a few times if it isn’t loaded properly the first time):
In this interview you’ll learn:
- 00’54” – Liz’s background
- 04’56” – Liz’s advice for making a positive change in your life
- 10’30” – Why taking a break is essential to staying productive
- 14’35” – How and why Liz sets goals with her clients
- 18’55” – Why people don’t get everything done
- 22’52” – Why we shouldn’t compare ourselves with others
- 25’25” – Some techniques to avoid conflict and stress in life
- 27’57” – A breakthrough case of Liz’s
- 30’26” – Liz’s app and book recommendations
- 33’32” – Liz’s final piece of advice
- Book – Darren Hardy, The Compound Effect
- App – focus@will
- Liz’s 3-part productivity jumpstart blueprint
- Liz’s podcast
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