I know from chatting to my community that the overwhelm is real right now, and every time I ask what content I should do more of, it always comes back to one thing: organisation…
So that’s my big focus for the next couple of months, including for this season of the show!
Anyone who’s been with me for a while – or has read one of my books – will know what GSD stands for. HOWEVER if you’re not 100% sure, it’s Get Sh*t Done.
I’m switching things up by answering your organisational questions at the outset of this season… And I’m SO glad I did as it means I can plan the whole season around the biggest blocks, challenges and priorities you listeners have in your lives!
In this pretty action-packed episode, I answer these questions from my community:
- What was the impetus for change for you (i.e: when did you get your shit together, organisationally?)
- What has made the biggest difference for you to make COVID times productive?
- Do you get up early?
- Do we have to get up early to fit exercise in?
- How do you stay so organised? I can get organised but then sticking with it is hard!
- Do you still hunt new organisational tricks for business and home or are you satisfied?
- How much time per day do you allocate to self improvement? How do you structure it?
- Besides your book Get Remarkably Organised, what are the top books/resources you recommend to help with organisation?
- How do you not get bored with the weekly routine?
- How do you do Miracle Mornings if you’re not a morning person?
- Does Lexi have lots of toys and clothes, and how do you organise them?
I LOVED recording this episode – thank you to everyone who asked a question!
What I mention in this episode:
My new (and free!) 5-Day GSD Challenge – you can sign up here: lorrainemurphy.com.au/GSDchallenge. We’re kicking off on 10th August.
My Perfect Week template can be downloaded from the Resources page on my website: lorrainemurphy.com.au/resources
The Power of Less – Leo Babauta
The Four Hour Work Week – Tim Ferriss
The Miracle Morning – Hal Elrod
Do The Work – Steven Pressfield