The 30 Day Challenge To Becoming A Better Womanpreneur
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Hi my lovelies how was your weekend? As I’m writing and uploading this next episode of Rachael Academy Podcast I’ve just arrived back from my trip to London for business. It was a lovely to be able to spend time in the beautiful city of London.
For those of you who know me or have been following me for a while know that I’m a London girl and I lived there for 22 years of my life until moving to the North of England for a slower pace of life after having children.
I felt like a tourist visiting all the London landmarks visited by people coming to explore London. I had half a day to kill, before meeting with a client and speaking at a business event.
It can be challenging sometimes when it comes to being a woman in business. I know we live in a society and time where we as women want equal rights as our men counter parts, I’m not saying that there is anything wrong with that, but we can sometimes forget to focus on us as women and on what makes us Uniquely! women.
So in my latest podcast I’m sharing some of the dynamics involved in being a woman in business and trying to balance that with wearing many of our other hats we pick up along the way. I would love to know your thoughts, by sharing them in the comment box below.
Hope you enjoy!
1. Doo – Get Things Done
Doo is a handy app for reminding you of things you need to do through helpful card reminders. When you’ve completed a task, you simply swipe upwards to dismiss it, while swiping down snoozes a reminder for later.
Cleverly, you can link a reminder to a particular location if you need to complete a task while you’re there.
If you’re a social media addict or easily distracted by your phone, this app will help you to focus. The idea is that you plant a tree using the app and set the timer. If you leave the app before your time is up, the tree will die.
The best part? Forest is partnered with Trees for the Future and by using the app you can earn coins which can be used to pay for real trees to be planted in the real world.
Develop better habits (including being more organised) by using the Streaks app for iPhones. Choose up to 12 tasks that you’d like to turn into daily habits and try your best to keep your streak going. If you miss a day, your streak automatically resets to zero.
If you don’t need to do a particular task every day, you can set it so that you only have to do it on certain days. For example, walking to work on a weekday.
Bright TODO is a great app to use if you want to plan your work long term, not just day-to-day. It allows you to prioritise your tasks into long, mid and short term. You can set one-off tasks or set regular tasks to repeat so that you don’t need to remember them.
Like Streaks, Habit Tracker is designed to help you build positive habits and break down negative ones. Over time, you’ll be able to pick up on patterns using this app and use it to stop bad habits. Set a habit, tell Habit Tracker how you got on and start building up a streak.
Habit Tracker also has communities you can join to help keep you motivated.