Episode from the podcastUncluttered Office with Catherine Avery

Working from Home, Best Practices, and Why it’s Ok to not Pinterest the Apocalypse Ep 45

Released Thursday, 9th April 2020
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A special note from your host, Catherine: This series is all about how our well-being affects our productivity. If we don’t take care of ourselves first, we won’t be able to be truly productive. Considering the world is working from home, it’s more important than ever to put the oxygen mask on first. This week’s guest is Jen Liddy, who is founder of The Idea Space and a content creation coach. She lives in a house that’s 115 years old and describes how they re-thought their home including using their underutilized dining room as a home office space that works for her and her family.
Jen guides us on how to share content and continue to market our business in a time where pushy sales feels even more icky than usual. She suggests sharing content that helps and encourages people. People want to stay in touch.
Jen offers lots of ideas for focusing on BEing not just DOing. Hear why you don’t have to Pinterest the apocalypse. It’s ok to be ok.
To learn more about Jen Liddy –
Jen Liddy is a teacher-turned-entrepreneur, who never believed she could run a business, much less be successful at it! She’s made all the mistakes & was burned out by her first business. 
That’s why now - as a business development coach - she’s committed to helping women learn how to grow their businesses in a realistic, do-able way! Her specialty is pulling ideas out of her clients’ heads - to turn the chaos into calm and give them a clear roadmap to get growing!
https://www.jenliddy.com/
To learn more about your host, Catherine Avery:
Productivity by Design
Facebook Page and LinkedIn
To connect with Catherine: http://bit.ly/SchedCallPBD

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