TBU#30 Our Workstyle Stories
In this episode, Rowena and Shelley are continuing the conversation about the book Workstyle: A Revolution for Wellbeing, Productivity, and Society, by Lizzie Penny and Alex Hirst.
They are going to be bringing the concept a little closer to home and sharing more about their own Workstyle Stories.
Specifically, they will explore one of the important tenets of the book, that you need to SET, PROJECT, and RESPECT the Workstyle.
That means you need to think about what your workstyle actually looks like, then tell the people you work with about your workstyle, and you need to respect other people’s workstyles — and if this revolution gains the traction it needs — other people will respect your workstyle too.
So, with that in mind, they are going to be PROJECTING their workstyle in this episode and hope it will give you some inspiration to SET your own workstyle. Which will lay the foundations for us all to RESPECT each other’s workstyles.
The Playful Mompreneur Episode 4, interview with Rowena
Check out the Workstyle Revolution website for tools and resources to help you set, project, and respect your workstyle
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Become a better procrastinator
A message from Shelley:
In Episode 26, I explained my 7Rs process for procrastinating better. I also wrote a blog post outlining the 7Rs process.
And now, I’m taking it a step further with an audio course on Becoming a Better Procrastinator.
My aim is to free up hours of time for you each week. So you can get the important stuff done and complete the projects that matter.
And because it’s an audio course, you can do it while you’re cooking dinner, shuttling the kids around in the car, or — even better, treating yourself to a solo retreat.
The course will be seven teaching sessions, each followed by a journaling session. So you could do it over seven days (teaching + journaling), 14 days (teaching one day, journaling the next — repeated for 7 days), or that solo retreat option, where you binge the whole lot on one day and then wake up the next day a better procrastinator!
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