Episode 4: Why you should go for it anyway

In this episode, I’ll be sharing the various stages of relationships and friendships, how what we share and our expectations around those things can impact our energy levels, questions to ask yourself as you build new friendships and how to avoid something I call boundary reactivity. I’ll also walk you through the importance of setting solid and foundational personal boundaries and how doing so can boost the effectiveness of your time management.

Memorable Quotes

"As adults we're more established in who we are and what we believe in. Those become factors to who we want to surround ourselves with."
"Making new friends is an investment in your time and your energy. When we meet new people we have to navigate how we are going to establish our personal boundaries, what that's going to look like and we also open ourselves up to being a little bit vulnerable."
"What are the consequences if something you share is not recieved how you want it to be?"

 

Welcome to the Mindful Productivity Podcast

About your host

I'm Sarah Steckler, I'm here to help you combine mindfulness with productivity to feel more at ease and organized in your daily life. As a Certified Health & Wellness Coach and Mindfulness Practitioner, I'm here as your guide to facilitating change and organizing your life. I've spent the past 10+ years of my life cultivating tools, systems, and strategies to better organize my life, prioritize my goals, and create solid game-plans to make things happen. I've also coached over 100 amazing individuals  and I'm passionate about living a life infused with mindfulness and self-care. 

Sarah Steckler

In this episode, we'll cover:

  • :: Why this podcast might be for you
  • :: Why I started the Mindful Productivity Podcast
  • :: Who I am and how I came to where I am today
  • :: My educational background
  • :: The importance of owning your success
  • :: What I'll be covering in future episodes
  • :: What it means to be mindfully productive

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