When you think comfort zone, you might think some of the normal things, like networking, launching, asking people for sales, making videos….but there are deeper levels of comfort zones that we probably aren’t even aware of.
Today, I talk about pushing out of my comfort zone in the way I used to write lists and try to stay organised. I knew it wasn’t really being efficient, but it was the way I’d done things for ever, but when things used to get super crazy, my system didn’t work for me.
So this week’s Balance & Business for Online Mums is about me taking responsibility, and focusing on changing an old habit that was holding me back from going to the next level in my sense of balance and organisation.
I challenged myself to go paperless, and it made a huge difference in my life – and I love it.
Watch Episode 11 here:
I’m also giving you a Daily Planner template to help you take responsibility and gain more freedom and time – simply by being more productive!
As I said mentioned in my video, the Freedom Framework was the result of forcing myself to go paperless.
It really is an amazing tool, and so many people leave their Evernote potential untapped, or not knowing why or how to use it to its maximum – and they don’t have time to set it up either.
That’s why I do it for you. Check out how the Freedom Framework can help you with my free video series, and you’ll see the extent that the Freedom Framework can make life easier.