Erin Falconer on How to Get Sh*t Done

 
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What if we stopped trying to be all of the things to all of the people and just allowed ourselves the space to gain the clarity + courage to be exactly who we want to be?

Today’s guest, Erin Falconer, has built an empire by showing women how to do just that. Erin is the author of “How to Get Sh*t Done: Why Women Need to Stop Doing Everything so They can Achieve Anything” and “Rock Star Productivity: Time Management Tips, Leadership Skills, and Other Keys to Self Improvement”. She is also the editor in chief and co-owner of “Pick the Brain,” one of the most popular and trusted self-improvement communities on the internet and cofounder of LEAFtv, a video lifestyle brand for millenials...

Yes- this woman knows how to get. it. done.

If you’re looking for tips and strategies on how to be more productive, make room for more joy and align yourself with the work that calls to you- then this is the episode you’ve been waiting for.  

In this episode:

  • iTunes review of the week [ 3:00 ]

  • Today’s guest, Erin Falconer [ 4:24 ]

  • How it took Erin 17 years to become an overnight success [ 6:35 ]

  • What Erin learned along the way [ 11:25 ]

  • The “why” that lived beneath the surface [ 16:10 ]

  • The process of writing “How to Get Sh*t Done” [ 20:39 ]

  • Why women need to stop doing everything so they can achieve anything [ 25:24 ]

  • Where Erin was giving her time away [ 32:43 ]

  • How to lovingly create boundaries in your life [ 37:22 ]

  • How motherhood has shifted Erin’s world [ 44:53 ]

  • How to zoom out on our goals to see the big picture [ 50:19 ]

  • Erin’s advice to a former version of herself [ 56:30 ]

Soul Shifting Quotes:

  • “The most important thing that I have learned is that, I believe firmly, there is a voice, a true north, within everyone.”

  • “Are you going in the very specific direction that only you can go?”

  • “You’ve got to be conscious of HOW you’re spending your time, but also WHO you’re spending your time with.”

  • “You’re training people how to treat you.”

Links Mentioned:

Be sure to follow Erin on Instagram and Facebook- and check out her blog, www.pickthebrain.com

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