Being productive has probably become an ingrained part of your mindset. However, how useful is it to you to be productive for productivity’s sake? You might be keeping a perfect schedule, but the idea is for your productivity to be aligned with your purpose. Also, it’s important that your schedule matches your lifestyle, allowing you to enjoy your day more. 

In this episode, we talk with Mindrise Coach Cayla Brewton and broach topics such as the importance of planning your schedule according to your life and what you want. We also talk about having compassion for yourself when you don’t cross off all the things on your to-do list. Bailey will also guide you through a meditation to help you connect with what your ideal day looks like. This can help you better understand how to plan your day in a way that brings you joy and gratitude. 

Also, we talk about how to incorporate parts of your ideal day into your present. You might not have the whole picture now, but you can implement pieces of it daily. You should do this slowly, taking action in a progressive way. This is your life, and you deserve and can get what you want. However, it’s instrumental that you identify what that is first. Time-management should be secondary to the life you want for yourself.


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In this episode we covered:

  • (00:00) Welcome to The Mindrise Podcast
  • (01:10) There isn’t one schedule for everyone 
  • (05:16) Defining your worth by your productivity 
  • (06:33) Accepting your humanity when you don’t do everything
  • (10:10) Meditation to visualize your ideal day 
  • (23:34) Implementing pieces of your ideal life into your day
  • (26:00) Pacing the changes in your life


Key Takeaways

  • You need to organize your schedule according to your purpose
  • You might be following a schedule from the industrial age, but you’re living in the digital age
  • Meditation can be helpful in understanding what your ideal day looks like
  • Things are only impossible when you believe they’re impossible
  • Time-management should correspond to the life you want


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Music Production by Corbin Dix