Many of us struggle with procrastination, particularly when it comes to tackling more ‘abstract’ tasks such as writing marketing plans and updating our websites, or maybe just getting started on a big project. In this episode, I talk to translator and time management coach Dorothee Racette about procrastination and digital clutter, and she shares some helpful tips on avoiding both in order to get things done!
Important things covered in this episode:
- Dorothee’s coaching business, Take Back My Day
- Digital clutter — what it is and how it slows us down
- How to clean up digital clutter
- Finding time for bigger projects and getting them completed
- Evening out our workload
Important links mentioned in this episode:
Dorothee’s down-to-earth, easy-to-follow tips have certainly inspired me to try a tidier, more productive approach, and I hope that all our listeners will benefit too. Feel free to share the podcast with anyone you think might appreciate these tips, and do let me know your thoughts at marketingtipsfortranslators.com/archive/podcast. See you next time!
Dorothee Racette is a past president of the American Translators Association and has worked as a medical and scientific translator for over 20 years. She now uses the knowledge she gained as a freelance writer and translator to coach and train small business owners in time management and productivity. In her blog, she shares her insights in making the most of her time. She invites you follow her on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, or to like her Facebook page for more practical time management advice.
Thank you Catherine Metcalfe for the proofreading/editing of the show notes.
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