In this interview, you’ll learn about how to stay focused on your important work. Megan Flatt is an author and entrepreneur who wants to help people improve their focus. I really enjoyed the story of how she focused on what matters to her during the crazy pandemic times.
Highlights from the interview:
- Megan shares her origin story.
- Why she wanted to help people with their focus.
- My son interrupts our podcast.
- Her passion for Mama CEOs.
- How the pandemic changed everything for her.
- Pesky inner voices that cloud our judgment.
- Shutting down her business and shifting her career.
- How she fosters her relationship with her inner voice.
- How her parents’ expectations forged her personality.
- Dealing with imposter syndrome.
- Understanding the various slices that makes up our lives.
- Using the different seasons in our lives.
- Thinking in smaller chunks.
- “You don’t have to see the full staircase to take the first step.”
- How changing our schedules can help us accomplish our goals for a short amount of time.
- Limiting certain activities when we are doing important work.
- Saying “No” to important events that creates FOMO.
- Crafting goals that help you get to where you want to be.
- Creating an SOP that allows you to creat your operating systems for a specific period of time.
- Tips on getting a goal accomplished.
- The app she uses to track the time she uses doing each part of her business.
- How to make a “To Do” list that actually works.
- Why ranking our focus helps us learn about our focus and how to improve it.
- Giving yourself permission to do the things that might usually make you feel guilty.
- Most recommended book and podcast.
And as always, if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing, just reach out to me on the Dig to Fly website, and I’ll do my best to get them on. If you enjoy the interview, please take 30 seconds to rate the Dig to Fly podcast on your favorite platform. Thanks!
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