Work Less and Get More Done: The Keys to Conscious Productivity with Dr. Bryan Robinson & Natalie Sisson
Original Air Date Wednesday, January 16, 2019
How many people have gone to their deathbed wishing they would have worked more and spent less time doing things they enjoyed? It’s probably safe to assume, not many people. So, why is it a common practice to reply to questions with “I’ve been busy”, “I haven’t had the time”, or “I can’t, I have to work”? Why do we voluntarily restrict our personal freedom for our work? Host, Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two influencers who found ways to enjoy life more by injecting mindfulness and productivity into their work. Dr. Bryan Robinson describes his time as a workaholic and how he turned his life around when he set boundaries for himself. And, Natalie Sisson tells how she created her business, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, to run efficiently without her.
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- Dr. Robinson was hiding his work habits from those he loved before he realized he was as addicted. [2:45]
- The symptoms of workaholism, how workaholics view the world, and the effect workaholism has on personal relationships. [6:20]
- How telecommuters can set boundaries for themselves and for loved ones. [17:26]
- Dr. Robinson shares tips on how to deal with loneliness. [26:35]
Dr. Bryan E. Robinson is a licensed psychotherapist and Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He currently has a blog on Psychology Today called “The Right Mindset”. He has been interviewed by Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, among countless other magazines. Robinson’s prior books have been published in thirteen different languages. He is a leading expert on work addiction.
Book: #CHILL: Turn off Your Job and Turn on Your Life
- Natalie describes the joy of having the freedom to live life on her own terms. [33:02]
- The Suitcase Entrepreneur describes sales funnels, how she monetizes her message, and her residual revenue streams. [36:19]
- Natalie shares her best productivity tips. [40:54]
- Strategies and tools to help shift your mindset, transform your life, and the best way to live an amazing life. [49:20]
Natalie Sisson is a New Zealand entrepreneur and adventurer currently living on her dream lifestyle property in her home country, and the rest of the time out of her suitcase, traveling the world while running her business and going on adventures. She’s a bestselling author, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, and a sought- after speaker, having spoken at TEDx Royal Tunbridge Wells, Problogger, FinCon, Social Media Marketing World, SociaLight, and more. The Huffington Post named her one of 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs in 2017.
Book: The Freedom Plan: Redesign Your Business to Work Less, Earn More and Be Free.
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“Our emotions are contagious.” @LisaKamen on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“#Chill is a place we find inside of ourselves that widens as we start to practice.” @brtherapist on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“A workaholic is someone on the ski slopes dreaming about being back in the office. A healthy worker or a #chill worker is in the office dreaming about being on the ski slopes.” @brtherapist on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet “All we have to do is turn on the evening news to see how reactive people have become.” @brtherapist on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“The biggest tip I can give people is for them to really understand their why. Why do they do the work they do?” @suitcasepreneur on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet
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