Between Meals Podcast // Bites 03: Finding a Balance of Work and Life

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Chapter 03: Finding a Balance of Work and Life

Part 3 of a 3-Day Business Mastermind Workshop Series from the Nutritional Therapy Association Conference

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Show Notes:

Recorded Live at the Nutritional Therapy Association’s 2018 Annual Conference: Live Nourished, in Vancouver Washington, this is part three of a 3-Day Business Mastermind Workshop Series focused on Content Creation and Building a Presence Online created and hosted by Beth Manos Brickey, RYT, NTP of Tasty Yummies.

In Chapter 03 the topic is: Finding a Balance of Work and Life

Having a presence online can often require us to be constantly “on”, it can be hard not to get stuck in being chronically overworked, mindlessly swiping and scrolling, needing to always be available to our followers and clients and even worse, falling into the glorification of busy. On the final day, in this 3-day series, we share our own personal experiences in finding a work life balance and offer tips for stepping away, outsourcing and hiring help and just finding grace in the space, where you can. 

Session three features my special guest Emily Schromm of  www.emilyschromm.com

 

 

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**** Be sure to check out the first two sessions from the series, Chapter 01: Establishing an Online Presence: Tips and Resources for Getting Started and Chapter 02: Retaining Your Voice, Passion and Authenticity (Especially in Partnerships and Collaborations) ****

 

Resources & Links:

You can find Emily Schromm at www.emilyschromm.com and on Instagram along with her various businesses:  @emfitchallenge @evolvedmotion @herbalelement @bodyawarenessproject

10 Simple Tips for Self Care

The Power of Gratitude

 

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