Do you feel crazy busy or busy and fulfilled? What’s the difference?
Most of us say yes to way too many things and then we find ourselves burnt out and frazzled. There are many factors to take into consideration before saying yes to an opportunity. In this episode Erin and I talk with Alli Worthington, author of Breaking Busy: How to Find Peace and Purpose in a World of Crazy, to help us keep our calendar decluttered.
**We have two copies of Breaking Busy to give away. Leave a comment below and two people will be chosen to receive their own copy!
Here is a link to the free Breaking Busy Digital Toolkit including discussion guides for each chapter, printables, shareable images, tweets, Bible reading guide, Time Diary, and so much more: http://alliworthington.com/breaking-busy-digital-toolkit
Buy the book and get a free Breaking Busy Guide eBook: http://alliworthington.com/breaking-busy-guide
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When it’s time to make a decision, ask yourself how you will feel about your answer in 10 minutes, 10 months, and 10 years. Download this PDF and put it next to your calendar as a reminder.
Meet Our Guest
Alli Worthington is the author of Breaking Busy, she’s a speaker, a blogger, and the Executive Director of Propel Women. Her goal is to help women live the life they were created to live.
Alli co-founded BlissDom Events and has helped individuals, small business owners and Fortune 500 companies be more successful. Alli’s no-nonsense, guilt-free take on motherhood, parenting and balance has lead to appearances on The Today Show and Good Morning America.
She lives outside Nashville with her husband, Mark, their five sons, rescued dog and cat who moved onto their doorstep.
Alli spends way too much time on Instagram at @AlliWorthington and you can find out all about her at AlliWorthington.com
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