How to Accomplish Big Projects in your (Rare) Spare Moments as a Mom // April Perry of Learn Do Become

How to Accomplish Big Projects as a Mom

If you often go to bed feeling like you will never get caught up on all of your responsibilities, wondering how you could’ve worked so hard all day and still have a massive to-do list, this episode is for you.

April Perry, the co-founder of the websites Power of Moms and Learn Do Become, shares a step-by-step process for accomplishing big projects, even when you have very little free time.  April has spent thousands of hours developing an organization system that help important people–from business leaders to mothers–control the chaos in their *minds* so they can focus on their true priorities,.

In this episode, April explains this process in detail:

1) Make an ACCURATE list of all of the projects you have brewing in your mind.  (Include for your family, for you, and beyond.)

2) Narrow that list to no more than 7-8 projects to tackle this month.  Put that shorter list in a visible place to reference often.

3) Using that list, identify tiny “next actions” that will move each project forward.

Show Notes

For more on April’s organizational programs, start with this FREE training, How to Finally Stop Drowning in Piles: https://sb244.isrefer.com/go/TRAINSTEP1/podcast3in30

PowerofMoms.com

LearnDoBecome.com

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Essentialism by Greg McKeown: https://amzn.to/2RjG6To

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About the Podcast Host, Rachel Nielson

Rachel taught high school English for five years before deciding to be a stay-at-home mom to her two miracle babies, Noah Atticus, who was adopted, and Sally Grace, who was conceived through IVF.

In her life, Rachel has experienced great sorrow but also great joy--and she loves diving deep into the topics that matter most. Thank you for listening to the podcast and giving her a chance to share her heart.

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