Core necessities during the day sometimes leave us with limited time to focus on what I call "me tasks." Over the years having my own company to run has left me with a schedule that can be unpredictable at times. I spend much of my day tending to the needs of my clients. I notice this with other fitness professionals and very busy entrepreneurs as well. Some days we could meet with as many as ten clients. This means the time between appointments, regardless of how brief it can be, must be used effectively. While these blocks of space are usually used for either changing locations, running errands, crossing off daily tasks, eating, or preparing for our next meeting, I will usually multitask within them and squeeze my "me tasks" in to ensure I accomplish my personal daily goals as well.
I've realized that for many of us, having micro blocks of time, say five minutes here or three minutes there, can make it difficult to feel that we can accomplish anything for ourselves. However, small preparation tasks that allow for easier mobilization into personal activities later don't really t...
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