Take Back Time: Time Management | Stress Management | Tug of War With Time

Take Back Time: Time Management | Stress Management | Tug of War With Time

What is your relationship with time? Are you wired and tired, stressed and overwhelmed, busy and going nowhere? Or Just want to scale your business? Learn how to use time to multiply your business growth! Take Back Time is the podcast for leadership and productivity. Join your host, former strategic business coach for Tony Robbins, best-selling author and international speaker, Penny Zenker, as she shares her experience and insights on simple and practical time management that will help you be more efficient and effective. It is possible to find greater balance, fulfillment, scale your business, and Take Back Time.

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April 16, 2021 32 min

Some people say email marketing is dead. Nothing could be further from the truth. In reality, email has become more nuanced as a marketing platform and it remains the single best way that you can reach the people who want to listen to what you have to say. Dean Dutro explains this in more detail in this conversation with Penny Zenker. Dean is the co-founder of Worth eCommerce, a marketing firm that specializes in helping eCommerce ...

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When working from home, it’s easy for everything to appear urgent. Constantly trying to stay on top of all these can lead to burnout. How can you manage urgency so that you can take care of what needs to be done while keeping a healthy work environment? Penny Zenker talks about this with Brandon Smith, an executive coach, author, and speaker who is on a mission to eliminate workplace dysfunction forever. Tune in as he expounds what...

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Time management can differ from person to person, especially in the creative space. Today's guest Wayne Mullins, the Founder of Ugly Mug Marketing, shares how he would get frustrated with himself because he couldn't fit his time management strategy into Zig Ziglar's planners that he bought on a yearly basis. Not until he began experimenting with himself to find out which time management tools worked for him and which di...

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Managing a business can be lonely and overwhelming, especially if you don't know how to delegate your work. This is why most managers and owners benefit from hiring virtual assistants, allowing them to focus on far more important business matters and letting these talented individuals monitor other time-consuming things. But without proper process documentation in place, you are at risk of outsourcing the wrong people, wasting ...

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Time management is such a weird term because when you come to think of it, time is something that is not exactly within your control. What you can control though, is how you spend it. Time tracking, whether done manually or with the aid of tools, helps you allocate your energy better so that you can get more work done during the hours that work best for you. Penny Zenker enthusiastically discusses this with Deb Allison Lee, a digit...

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You can automate processes to save time, but it doesn’t take much to realize that automation is not necessarily needed across the board. How do you know which processes you should automate for your business? Joining Penny Zenker to talk about this is the co-founder of Data Automation, William Christensen, who is also known as the Tony Stark of Software. Will gives valuable tips on what processes you should automate, such as communi...

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Have you been struggling to get your work done with multitasking but end up with poor results? Today's podcast guest Dave Crenshaw, the author of the time management bestseller, The Myth of Multitasking, joins Penny Zenker to prove why multitasking is a myth and a costly one at that! Dave explains how multitasking delays results and also increases stress levels. Tune in to know the most effective way to productivity!


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Productivity is not a measure of how much you get done, but of how much of what you get done adds value to your long-term goals. Boosting productivity, therefore, is a matter of making better decisions about which of the tasks you have at hand are critical and which are only wasting your precious time. It only takes two seconds of your time to evaluate whether something you’re working on adds value to you long-term goals or not. Th...

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How does someone run two businesses and a podcast and still be able to be present for his wife and three kids? It’s all about time blocking mastery and it’s something we can learn about from Jordan West, who joins Penny Zenker in this episode. It wasn’t always like that for Jordan. Just like many of us, he spent the whole of his 20s living in the hustle before he finally came to realize that it wasn’t creating the life he wanted to...

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What do revenue generation and Kung-Fu have in common? In this episode, you will learn that growing a business is not just about the numbers. You will learn that just like in martial arts, revenue generation is not so much about the practice but the practitioners themselves. Erik Luhrs thrives in this interesting space where business growth and personal development intersect. Known as the “Bruce Lee of Revenue Generation,” he works...

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In one of the past episodes of this podcast, we learned why paper planners still offer a set of advantages over digital ones aside from their obvious charm. In this episode, Best Results Organizing founder Julie Bestry returns on the show with Penny Zenker to discuss in detail how her paper planners can be used bring you closer to your goals and help you sleep better at night. You will learn about the three major categories of pape...

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In business, it has been proven repeatedly that to succeed, one needs not to work harder but, instead, work smarter. Taking this to heart in this episode, Penny Zenker invites Chester Santos to talk about memory and how having a better memory is going to help us take back time. Known as the International Man of Memory, Chester shares with us some of his memory-building tips and tricks that will allow us to improve our productivity ...

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The best business strategies will be all for naught if you cannot impose an effective time management plan on yourself. Therefore, you must know the best way to start your day, put your tasks in order, and stay away from distractions that may disrupt your momentum. Penny Zenker is joined by Chris Kenney, a master sales coach and million-dollar business owner, to discuss how he helps entrepreneurs utilize their time in the most rewa...

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Are you an absentee founder or working for one? Does it feel like there’s a barrier between founder and employee in your company? Is it difficult to have that line of communication? If you are well familiar with these issues, then this episode is perfect for you. Penny Zenker sits down with Nash Ahmed, the founder and CEO of Undock—an artificial intelligence that enables a meeting platform built for the future of work. Here, Nash s...

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Contrary to what most people believe, cold calling is not just picking up the phone and calling some random person, with you on one end hoping that they would pick up and be interested in your offers. In fact, it takes more planning, strategy, and even style than that. For this episode, Penny Zenker is joined by author and sales coach Wendy Weiss, dubbed as the Queen of Cold Calling, as they discuss how this marketing technique can...

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A number of us work outside of our day jobs—be that to earn some extra or to pursue our calling and passion. Either way, balancing our full-time with our side hustle can be extra challenging. How do you manage? In this episode, Penny Zenker invites educator, author, and podcast host who loves to rock the 9:00 to 5:00 side hustle, Kris McPeak. Kris shares some of her strategies for finding the time to have a side business while stil...

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Many people may be enamored with digital planners and calendars, but a lot still go old school with paper ones. Ultimately, it is a matter of personal choice, but paper planners do offer their own set of advantages aside from their obvious charm. There are many ways that you can actually boost your productivity with paper planners even more than with digital ones – and all that without the digital fatigue! Professional organizer, J...

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It’s not okay to just put your online ads out there and get nothing but likes, shares and follows. Whether you’re doing it on Google Ads or any other platform, there is a sure-fire way to really put money in the bank. Veteran digital marketer, David Rothwell talks about this in his newest book, Ask the PPC Manager. Known as the Google Ads Money Expert, David has more than 15 years of digital marketing experience to his name. For al...

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The year 2020 is coming to an end. It may be a messy year with all the things going on, foremost of which is the global pandemic, but at least we can start putting in place some great habits and processes for us to focus going into 2021. On today’s show, Maths Mathisen, the COO and Cofounder of HOLD, joins Penny Zenker to introduce their new tool. HOLD helps you to plan your day to become distraction-free. It measures and monitors ...

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It has been found out that nine out of ten start-ups fail within a decade. How do you stop yourself from falling into the 90% and rise to that top 10%? In this episode, Penny Zenker sits down with a great entrepreneur who has the answers. The best-selling author of the 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Start-Up SuccessSean Castrina, is on the show to share with us those rules that have since helped many succeed. Why are a plan and...

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