Are you handling some major pivots in your business?
How are your business relationships?
Are you overwhelmed with all of the details?
Today, Lisa Olinda, Chief Chaos Whisperer of Olinda Services, explains why your business may be ready to invest in an Executive Business Partner.
Today, let's highlight three women who helped me in my business life. As you read about my experiences, consider who has helped you.
Here are three thoughts to provoke you, two ideas to inspire you, and one item to act on!
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Working from home can cause major headaches with business communication.
How do I define a squirrel moment?
“You are writing your newsletter and suddenly you remember the bill you forgot to pay. You go to pay the bill and remember you did not take the clothes out of the washer. You go to take the clothes out of the washer and remember you had a 1 p.m. meeting and it is now 1:15 p.m.”
How can our minds go in so many directions at the same time?
Today, let’s learn about quieting those squirrel moments and gaining focus so we can communicate precisely, retain our sanity, and wow our clients.
In this podcast, I teach you steps to make our remote office space work for YOU.
We talk about how I combat mood swings and grumpiness with my work from home lifestyle. We discuss how too many problems and unanswered questions keep us spinning in circles, and how tech can save the day!
A free planning resource is available at https://olindaservices.com/free-gift-intention/.
COVID-19 has caused families to pivot, and there is much anxiety about what the next school year will hold for learners.
Many parents are in a panic or are in survival mode. How do you work from home, support your children’s education, and have a life?
You are NOT alone. Learn how you can find a work-life rhythm while working from home with your children.
Do you feel like life is a bit out of control? I get you! There is chaos swirling around us. We hear daily of pandemic news, political debates, social unrest, and economic catastrophes.
How can we focus during these times?
Jon Gordon writes,
"Three things you control every day are your ATTITUDE, your EFFORT, and your ACTIONS.
As I write, I keep being reminded of one of my favorite saying, "grit with grace." I think I first heard that phrase spoken by Carrie Wilkerson. Wow, what a concept.
Today, let's look at ways to dig deep and bring back control into our everyday lives.
Today, I was working with a client who is building her first landing page. We had finished the technical aspects of integrating a payment system and importing her contacts, ensuring they were tagged correctly. Today’s session was brainstorming the content and key elements for her to craft her message.
While I do not claim to be a marketing guru, I have done a lot of training in marketing and I know what works for me.
As we spoke, I pulled out some notes started rattling off some key components she would cover on her landing page. What do you think the next question was that she asked?
“Do you have that written down?”
She wanted to see the information and create based on my building blocks. I assured her I would send her my brainstorming notes after our call. Next steps? I created what I call the 7 Critical Components for a Magical Landing Page.
Today’s episode covers the broader picture of creating your message for your landing page.
I have a free resource for you that shows you the 7 Critical Components for a Magical Landing Page. Visit olindaservices.news/landing to download now.
I want to shift our perspective. Write another formula to success. We need to manage our time and energy, not control it. It is not work-life balance but work-life rhythm.
As women, we wear so many hats. We put so much pressure on ourselves to conform to outside standards. You know what? I will get the things done, but it just may look a little different from what someone else feels is the best way.
We usually don’t have the luxury of offboarding life crisis and chaos to others. They have to be handled, often in real-time. – Lisa Olinda
Manage Your Time & Energy Blog Post
I thought I would take a few minutes today to introduce myself and let you get to know me. Whenever I say that phrase "getting to know you," I just start mentally humming the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The King and I.
"Getting to know you, Getting to know all about you.
Getting to like you, Getting to hope you like me.
Getting to know you. Putting it my way but nicely.
You are precisely, my cup of tea."
Today, let's focus on you "getting to know me," and hopefully, I will be your cup of tea!
If you would be interested in having a 15-minute session with me, visit https://calendly.com/lisaolinda/15min and schedule a time, or you can send me questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.