Ep 53: How to prioritize based on what you value most with Anna Dearmon Kornick
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Through her transition from crisis management to time management coach, Anna Dearmon Kornick has learned how to create a customizable time management system that helps her clients align their time with what matters most in their life. We talk about the challenge Anna faced in transitioning from the reactive and always-on role of crisis management to one of intentionality and simplicity, and why women need to do the messy work of finding their “why” and aligning their values first, before trying to manage their calendar.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to visualize your priorities in terms of boulders, big rocks & pebbles
  • The importance of designing your ideal week to avoid decision fatigue
  • How reconnecting with your dreams and personal goals can help you build a time management system that helps you thrive


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About the Guest:

Anna Dearmon Kornick is a Time Management Coach, wife and mom who helps busy professionals and business owners master time management so they can stop feeling overwhelmed and start spending time on what matters most.


Learn more about Anna’s work at:

Website: annadkornick.com

Podcast: abouttimepodcast.com

Instagram: instagram.com/annadkornick


About the Host

Janice Scholl helps moms navigate the money and career transitions that come with the different stages of motherhood through her work as coach, speaker, workshop facilitator, and host of The Money, Career & Motherhood Podcast. Janice is passionate about helping mothers gain confidence and understanding about money, career & business topics as they relate to motherhood and family – the way many women actually think about money.  Her key areas of focus to help mothers succeed are navigating maternity leave, career breaks & transitions, and  values-based budgeting.


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