Creating Systems in your Personal Life and Program

As I think about how I manage coaching as a single parent of a 5-year-old and several other roles that I have and going back even further to being a busy individual since I was an adolescent. As a kid, I played multiple sports and participated in academic clubs as well as being heavily involved in my Church. I can't quite figure out how I juggled it all. I mean I wasn't the smartest person in my school, nor the most disciplined, and my resources were certainly limited. Somehow in that little immature brain, I realized I needed to develop systems.

Systems are simply the way you do your everyday tasks or actions that you take regularly, both at home and at work.

Now 20 years later, developing systems in my personal life and coaching has saved my sanity and has been extremely influential in my productivity.

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