Mar 9, 2021
In this episode of Nonprofit Architect, Travis talks with Judy Skilling, a mother, an emergency room nurse, a High-Performance Coach, and a U.S Navy veteran. She served in the U.S. Navy for 7 years as a Hospital Corpsman. She helps military and veteran entrepreneurs maximize productivity by minimizing distractions, enhance wellness to increase day-to-day energy, and maintain a healthy work-life balance.
Starting from their own experience, they end up giving some powerful tips building a strategic plan for your NonProfit that actually works.
Listen in now and be informed.
[05:20] Are you sabotaging your own success?
[09:04] Recognising the process of Self-Sabotaging….
[15:18] How to tackle the Shiny Object Syndrome?
[25:38] How can taking on too many projects sabotage your end goal?
[28:31] You get 80% of your result from 20% of the work you do!
[32:26] Establishing the boundaries….
[38:48] How to implement the tips in your life?
“Once I understood the power of coaching, I fell in love with it.”
“If you win, I win!”
“If I won’t wash dishes, I won’t have anything to cook.”
“Ideas mean nothing without action!”
"Don't just listen to the podcast, but also implement the things you hear in your life!"
Judy Skilling is a Certified High-Performance Coach and a U.S. Navy Veteran. She helps military and veteran entrepreneurs maximize productivity by minimizing distractions, enhance wellness to increase day-to-day energy, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. Outside of coaching, her work has been featured in Entrepreneur, Medium, Elephant Journal, and Addicted2Success. Judy is passionate about contributing to the veteran community so that they can reach levels of success beyond the military. In her free time, Judy enjoys cooking for friends and family, reading books, and creating bucket list adventures.
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