Being overwhelmed and under organized is exhausting, especially when you're short on time. Join executive function consultant Rainier Miles every Wednesday morning, as he discusses the intricacies, misconceptions, and outright myths of executive function. If you need help managing the many moving gears in your life or you've got no idea what executive function even is, you're in the the right place!
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What even is executive function? Why should you care about it? On this episode we’ll take some time to define executive function, discuss why you need it, and break down some ways to start using it.
[02:15] - What is executive function?
[03:14] - The Skills: List
[03:55] - The Skills: Brief Definitions
[05:51] - Mindful Minute
[08:57] - Mindfulness defined
[09:34] - Why do we need executive function?
[10:45] - H...
Are you ready to learn a new skill (or improve a current one)? This week the topics of discussion are emotions and emotion regulation. How do you keep yourself from getting overwhelmed by your own emotions? Is there way to turn a bad day around? What's the number one tool for emotion regulation? All good questions that this week's episode aims to tackle.
[02:48] What is emotion regulation?
Ever wonder why it's so hard to go into to Target and come out with only the thing you went in to buy? While this episode may not be able to answer that specific question, it will be able to answer some of the most common questions around impulses. What are they? Where do they come from? How can we control them? Tune into this episode to find out.
[01:49] Defining impulses
[03:26] Where do impulses come from?
Clutter, chaos, disorganization, do any of these words describe your life and/or space? If so, this week's episode just might help you out. We'll discuss tips on how to get organized, define organization, and talk about some of the more common styles of organizing.
[02:40] Define organize
[03:25] Consequences of disorganization
[06:26] Benefits of being organized
[07:57] Mindful Minute
[11:28] Tip 1
[13:13] Leave a r...
Methods, matrices, and tips, oh my! This week it's all about planning and prioritization. Whether you're a prioritizing pro or a planning plebe, this episode has something for you.. From ways to thin out your to-do list to techniques for being the most productive, you'll definitely hear something useful here.
[1:53] Time to Define
[3:30] The Why
[6:03] Mindful Minute
[10:42] Make a List
[11:19] The 4 Ds
Are you a master procrastinator? Do want to change that habit? Well if so, you're in luck. This week's episode discusses hot to drop this unproductive habit and how to create better healthier ones. You even get a tip fro a little bird.
[01:56] Time to Define
[07:56] Leave a review/Follow
[08:45] Tip 1
[10:12] Tip 2
[11:45] Mindful Minute
[14:48] Tip 3
[15:07] There's an App for That!
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