Are you ready to move to the next level of your business but overwhelmed by day-to-day living? Do you think in this “technology age” you need to be an excellent multitasker to excel?
On this episode of Power Up Living, host Kelly Galea interviews Lisa Crilley Mallis, who has been using and teaching others to create A.W.E. Inspired action. Lisa is a time strategy visionary and teaches professionals in the direct sales industry and home based business owners how to balance spending time with family, running a business, and taking some “me time”.
If you find the harder you work, the less you accomplish- you won’t want to miss this segment. It isn’t enough to read the newest and most popular books on time management. You need to have a clear path on where you want to go. Then you need to know which techniques to implement (is multitasking one of them?), and how to adjust on the fly each day.
Lisa explains the “value” of multitasking and how using her three step A.W.E. system can help create positive action steps.
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About our Guest
Lisa Crilley Mallis, time strategy visionary, combines her experience in secondary education and direct sales and her love of schedules, systems, and all things time management to create SystemSavvy Consulting. She believes every person deserves the opportunity to live the life of their dreams feeling in control and bringing balance into their lives. The crazy, “I’m so busy” feeling does not have to be way of life. Lisa is a master at cutting to the heart of overwhelm to help you regain control of your schedule and experience life.
You can connect with Lisa at Lisa@SystemSavvyConsulting.com.
- Join Lisa’s complimentary A.W.E. Challenge by registering at AWEChallenge.com! This is a complimentary 30-day challenge designed to give you the support you need to set & accomplish your goals. I’ve already signed up — hope to see you there, too!
- During our show, Lisa mentioned these 2 books: Extreme Productivity by Robert Pozen and The Myth of Multitasking by Dave Crenshaw. Check them out & let her know if you agree with the thoughts she shared.
- Favorite quote from Lisa: “Thinking about ten things is not as good as doing one.” Tweet it!
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