“If we don’t decide how we’re going to spend our days, then our clients, our family, whoever, is gonna decide for us and we just move along. Having that structure there is super freeing…”
This week, my guest and I geek about organization – specifically how to make important decisions on how you want to spend your time, the tools that can help you get to those decisions, and structuring how you can execute them with the best efficiency.
This episode is loaded with practical stuff that not only business leaders can apply. Employees, students, or basically anyone can start applying these principles and be more organized, feel less drained, and therefore more fulfilled starting today!
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Shawn Lemon, founder of The Digital Organizer, not only has a knack for decluttering digital chaos but has been a lifelong tinkerer. From childhood building computers, bicycles, and delving into car mechanics with his dad—to his adult life, he’s been adept at simplifying complex topics. Outside of his digital pursuits, Shawn rides motorcycles, surfs waves, skates, crafts pottery, and loves reading. Yet, at the heart of it all, his world revolves around his wife,
Madeline, and their son, Nico.
The Digital Organizer partners with forward-thinking businesses to create streamlined, effective, and easy-to-use digital organization systems. It is their mission to empower people with the tools they need to supercharge their productivity so they can get more of the right things done.
You can learn more about Shawn and his work here:
ABOUT OUR HOST
Ken Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue.
You can learn more about Ken and his team at
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