Live Q & A session for March.
Here is a summary of what we covered:
7:50 – Brodie asks Lisa: “How do you keep on track when you just don’t feel like doing it?”
11:58 – Lisa talks about finding new simple patterns to support your lifestyle and also expresses that things are never perfect.
13:20 – Lisa talks about how being grateful can change the way you feel, and talks about how she asks – What can I feel grateful about right now?
15:13 – Lisa mentions how she supports imperfection within the membership!
16:10 – Beth asks Lisa for some advice on how to help her son, as he shows anger a lot of the time, and has no patience. How can I teach him to control his anger? Lisa mentions Allison Davis and her theory of Brain = Behaviour.
19:34 – Lavania is a new member to the membership and is having concerns about finding time to absorb the content. Lisa talks about simplifying your life and her weekly Monday emails with tips on working through the content.
24:09 – Lisa talks about how to create time in your day and make things work for you!
28:52 – Lisa explains how we can find time that matter and how to work with priorities.
33:00 – Claire is aiming to start to reduce her coffee intake and asks Lisa if she has any ideas or inspiration.
35:14 – Allissa asks Lisa: What is your take on the latest revival of the Marie Kondo style of tidying and decluttering? Sounds good in theory, but is it just setting us up to fail? Do you see anything there that could work with a Small Steps mentality?
41:26 – Lisa is asked for tips that could help when finding motivation
42:27 – Lisa talks about commitment connected to finding motivation and how it makes you feel. Get committed before you get motivated
47:58 – Theresa asks Lisa for any tips/ good reads/ podcasts or just general advice with how to parent my teenage boy. Also wondering how best to give him permission to go through this stage of life whilst also maintaining some form of relationship and healthy boundaries.
51:18 – Lisa talks about children and how they grow up and things will change.
58:14 – Lisa talks about decision paralysis.5