VIDEO: Energy Mapping

Jennifer Goldman Energy Mapping

Do you ever get to the end of your day and wonder where did the time go or  ask yourself, ‘why am I so exhausted?’

Me too!! Many people feel it’s important to work on your time management, but it’s really about your energy mapping.

I would like to share a simple exercise to help you define your energy levels and then map out your activities accordingly. You will discover when you should be working on high-level tasks, learning, engaging with clients or even taking eating breaks.

Have you used energy mapping to design your day? I’d love to hear more!



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Good luck. And as always, health and sanity to you!

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