Take Back Time

What is your relationship with time? Are you wired and tired, stressed and overwhelmed, busy and going nowhere? Or Just want to sale your business? Learn how to use time to multiply your business growth! Take Back Time is the podcast for leadership and productivity. Join your host, former strategic business coach for Tony Robbins, best-selling author and international speaker, Penny Zenker, as she shares her experiences and insights on simple and practical time management that will help you be more efficient and effective. It is possible to find greater balance, fulfillment, scale your business, and Take Back Time.

Coach Yourself To Get Unstuck

Coach Yourself To Get Unstuck

  If you are like me, you might be stubborn at times to listen to others advice or shut down because you are so stuck in your thinking. In this episode, I share three ways to be your own coach to help you get unstuck, overcome resistance and access new approaches to...

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4 Ways To Get Unstuck and Prioritize

4 Ways To Get Unstuck and Prioritize

Prioritization is a skill. The challenge is that everything seems to be a high priority and it's difficult to decide what is more important than the next. Everything is important and urgent. Urgency is one of those things that can be a gift because it creates drive to...

How to Use Motivational Quotes to Change Habits

How to Use Motivational Quotes to Change Habits

Everybody has put off tasks like doing the laundry, making telephone calls to their mothers, or going to the grocery store. Usually, procrastination is not a problem, but for some people, it can be addictive. Fortunately, there are simple things you can do daily to...

Is Networking Wasting Your Time?

Is Networking Wasting Your Time?

That is a direct challenge, isn’t it? Is Networking wasting our time? In order to find out, lets do some discovery. Ask yourself the following questions: How many hours a week you spend networking versus marketing or sales? Do you effectively follow-up after a...

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