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S2 E12 · Behind The Glow
How to ditch overwhelm
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Have you ever felt overwhelmed by your to do list, or like there's not enough hours in the day? If you answered yes, this episode is for you! We're talking all about overwhelm, and more importantly, how to ditch it. For those of us who wear multiple hats, our chances for getting overwhelmed rank higher than most. However, that doesn't mean we have to stay there. With the strategies shared in this episode, you can begin to combat overwhelm when it rears its ugly head. 

In this episode, I share the exact strategies I use to minimize and ditch overwhelm, and discuss the following:

  • how our environment plays a factor in our mindset
  • when modifying a to-do list makes sense
  • the 2 things you need to close when you're overwhelmed
  • a place to store ideas when you're busy
  • honoring our capacity
  • top things to do and not do when you're overwhelmed
  • and much more


Also mentioned on the show:

Later is a social media management platform and link in bio tool for every social network. Plan, analyze, and publish content in advance — so you can save time & grow your business. It was ​​Founded as the first-to-market Instagram scheduler in 2014, and Later has grown from a simple Instagram tool to the #1 visual marketing platform for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Now with over 6 million users globally, Later is a member of the Instagram Partner Program and a Pinterest Marketing Partner. Later has tons of tools to help improve a social media manager’s workflow. I use and love Later, as it helps me to better plan out social media content week to week. This is one of my must have tools, and I highly recommend you check it out. Visit my exclusive links here and here to let Later know I sent you. And then get on your way to navigating social media with more clarity and ease. 

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