April Perry is the mother of four children. Together with her husband Eric, she runs LearnDoBecome.com. It’s a place where people learn to leave the overwhelm and chaos behind as they start to build their lives through a three-step process: creating a command central, designing an ideal life plan, and thriving and giving back to the community.
April shares how to get out of overwhelm and build your command center. She explains what a command center is and the system that she created to put order in her life. She also shares how you can start getting rid of overwhelm as you create routines, utilize the tools available to you, and take action on the practical steps that will jumpstart transformation in your life.
In This Episode of The Sigrun Show:
- Growing up without an organization system at home
- How chaos and overwhelm prompted April to start a business
- What a command central is
- How long it takes to create a command central
- Different types of routines
- The significance of reviewing your Routines List weekly
- The essence of separating your routines and projects
- Why people don’t move forward on their projects
- How to determine the next action to take
- Categorizing action steps
- Effects of finishing projects
- Figure out the items on your Projects List.
- Have seven or eight projects to work on at a time.
- Do not fill up your calendar.
Connect with April Perry:
- Build Your Command Central with the Step Program
- Grab for free! Emails to Zero Video Training
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