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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Manage Your Workload Instead of It Managing You

May 8, 2018 • Practice Leadership • Daphne Scott

Do you ever feel like your workload kind of controls you and manages the day for you? Or maybe you feel like you can never catch up with everything you have to do.

Today, Dr. Daphne Scott discusses a few simple tricks to help you take control and manage your workload! There are 3 critical pieces to look at:

  1. Look for where you’re taking more than your 100% to solve other people’s problems AND continuing to enable them.
  2. What does your task management system look like and how well do you actually operate?
  3. Do you plan ahead and stick to your top 3 goals each day or do you spend most of your time with your inbox?

We’ll discuss some tips around how to conquer these 3 areas and move us closer to our real goals!

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Daphne Scott

Daphne graduated from Andrews University in 1994 with a BS in Anatomy and Physiology and a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. After completing her degree,  she practiced in outpatient orthopedics and went on to earn her credentials as a Certified Athletic Trainer. After practicing in Michigan for 5 years, Daphne relocated to Chicago where...

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Daphne

Commented • May 15, 2018

Phil, Me too! I think this is the moments that people skip over which is the "planning" and pausing phase that can absolutely set us up for success. It's like trying to water the garden but you have no idea where to aim the hose, so water just goes everywhere and nothing really gets watered. Thank you for listening!

Phil Gainan D.C.

Commented • May 12, 2018

Enjoyed this. I find that quit time or That time ( in morning) when I plan day, and gather thoughts is most important to success.


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