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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May 13, 2022 28 min

Athletes all need to train their performance mindset before a game. Those who are nervous have a higher chance of losing. On the other hand, those who know how to relax and have fun end up winning. That is the mindset that Penny Zenker and her guest Joey Klein will discuss in this episode. Together, they talk about how you, as a high performer, can get into the zone. Joey is the founder and CEO of Inner Matrix Systems. He is also t...

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Life is full of things we can’t control, and things don’t go as planned. We must learn to adapt and evolve and bend, not break. Joining Penny Zenker is Frankie Russo, founder of Russo Capital and The School of WHY, keynote speaker, and author. In this episode, Frankie enlightens us with insights from his book, Breaking WHY: Hacking and Rebuilding Strategic Emotions for Authentic Success, and shares the highs and lows of his journey...

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Learning how to manage your managers is a key factor in the success of any organization and the sanity of people at work. What does this mean exactly? Here to explain is Mark Herschberg, author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You. Mark joins host Penny Zenker to share important insight into how employees can communicate and engage with managers to meet results and expectations better and avoid...

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Emotional intelligence is a buzzword that has inserted itself into more and more industries, but it is a construct more easily thought about than practiced. Today's guest offers expert insight on the subject. Robin Hills is the Director of Ei4Change, a company specializing in educational training, coaching, and personal development focused on emotional intelligence, positive psychology, and neuroscience. He joins host Penny Zen...

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Most of us react to how things are playing out for us. And once it’s in the past, we tend to think if the response and action we did were right. Do we wonder if things would have been better if we approached it differently? What if we can see the future? Surely this will help us to a great extent. That is the focus of our episode today with our guest Jonathan Brill. Jonathan is a futurist and an expert on resilient growth and innov...

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Limiting beliefs can keep you stuck from getting the connection, wealth, and abundance you want. Zahra Karsan, a personal Success Coach to dozens of global executives and the Founder and CEO of GetZENd, talks with Penny Zenker about the importance of adopting a productive mindset. You operate on 5% conscious mind and 95% subconscious in your daily life. Many of your limiting beliefs are subconscious. That’s why they run on autopilo...

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March 11, 2022 30 min

Often, what keeps us from achieving our goals is thinking small. We get stuck in a rut—worrying about things that haven't happened yet and limiting ourselves from what we could do. It is time to break free from that! In this episode, Penny Zenker invites a guest to take us from small into big thinking. The creator of XMBA and bestselling author of Exponential TheoryAaron Bare, shares how we start becoming exponential thinkers...

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Recruitment should be done the right way. That's what Lou Adler discusses in this episode so that you could hire outstanding talents for business growth and success. Lou left his work in a manufacturing company and decided to become a recruiter. This was not really in his plans, but he realized that this could be an interesting career. Today, he is the CEO and founder of The Adler Group, a consulting and training firm helping c...

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During the pandemic, employers experienced a surge of what we now call ‘the great resignation.’ This wasn’t the case for Tommy Mello and his team of loyal employees. Instead, they stepped up and offered to take paid deductions and gave their PTOs. So, how did he do it? In this episode, Tommy shares leadership practices that develop loyal employees and create a culture of ownership within a team. Tommy Mello is the author of Home Se...

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You've probably heard of the saying, "Laughter is the best medicine." But do you know this is scientifically proven to be true? In this episode, Penny Zenker sits down with TEDx speaker, successful author, and brain-based performance coach Karyn Buxman. Karyn is a global expert in strategic humor for business. Today, she breaks down how humor and laughter can impact our wellbeing and productivity. Plus, she shares ways ...

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The easiest way to grow your business is through referrals. A lot of people don't want to do that, maybe because they're too shy or they don't want to bother people. They are missing out on a lot of potential leads. Join Penny Zenker as she talks to Edwin Dearborn about some referral strategies. Edwin is the Founder of 10X Media Group of Las Vegas. He is also the author of Referology. Learn how to build your business an...

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Anyone can be a leader, but not everyone can be successful. First, you have to be clear about who you are. Then, you have to take that leap of faith and get closer to the life you have always dreamed of. So what is the key to successful leadership? In today’s episode, our guest, Tom Kereszti, shares his lifetime of international experience on being an effective leader. Tom is an industry influencer, coach, speaker, educator, and me...

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People experience burnout due to their busy calendars. Working, attending meetings, and doing other business stuff leaves them feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. But does working all day long mean we are also being productive? Join us in this episode as Jessica Bledsoe discusses the importance of managing your time and allotting some of your time to rest and reenergize. The importance of effectively managing your time led Jessica t...

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Leaders are often distracted by false urgencies that pop out during the day, preventing them from focusing on what they need to do. Penny Zenker welcomes Dave McKeown, the CEO of Outfield Leadership and the author of the Amazon bestselling book “The Self-Evolved Leader.” Dave sits with Penny to talk about how your attention ends up dictating your priorities. When you’re stuck in the cycle of day-to-day firefighting you won’t be abl...

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Remember when you were young, and you played with your favorite toy? You get lost in time because you were lost in all the fun, then you become energized and ready for anything. We all need to find that thing that doesn't make us imprisoned by time. Join Penny Zenker and her guest, Andrew Wallas, as they discuss how to unplug from life. Andrew is a highly successful businessman and intuitive corporate shaman. He has guided busi...

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Time and money mean different to different people. For Barby Ingle, living with multiple rare chronic diseases has changed the way she views these things. Instead of 24-hours, she lives in each moment. She has also learned to live more consciously when it comes to saving. In this episode, she joins Penny Zenker to share her journey with us, inspiring us to make time for our health because then we can take our time back. Barby is a ...

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Are you looking for marketing that will help you save time, money, and energy? Then look no further as Penny Zenker interviews the creator of The World’s Best Buyer Persona ® System, Stormie Andrews. In this episode, Stormie takes us deep into his book that spun a system that helps to identify how your customers’ think so you can reach out and relate to them better and offer the best help you can offer through your business. Stormi...

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There are days when everything just goes haywire, and chaos ensues. How do you get back on track and stay productive? Learn how to manage your time and fight that stress away with your host Penny Zenker and her guest Mridu Parikh. Mridu is an author, keynote speaker, and the founder and productivity strategist of Life Is Organized. Learn how to manage stress with self-awareness, practice habits, and more. Divide your day into quadr...

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Do you want to accelerate business growth? Create leverage with partnerships and sponsorships. Penny Zenker’s guest in this episode is Sheila Farragher-Gemma, the owner of Connected Sponsor. Sheila talks with Penny about how the key to leveraging relationships is to make it a win-win. Everyone needs to make sure that each partner gains something of value from the partnership. Working hard alone has some merits to it. But what matte...

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The concept of a 4-day work week is not new. However, people still have doubts especially when the idea of “longer hours = more work done” has been drilled into us for so long. In this episode, Joe Sanok explains how productivity has less to do with the hours you work and more on how you use them. Joe is the author of Thursday is the New Friday: How to Work Fewer Hours, Make More Money, and Spend Time Doing What You Want and ho...

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