Julie Morgenstern: Tips & Strategies on Time Management, Productivity & Organization
Where Parents Talk
In this week's edition of Where Parents Talk with Lianne Castelino on 105.9 The Region, discussion topics include: tips, strategies and actionable advice on time management, organization and productivity from global consultant Julie Morgenstern.
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The Why And The Buy
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Julie Morgenstern is an internationally renowned organizing and time management expert, New York Times best-selling author, consultant and speaker. The author of six best-selling books, a consultant to large corporations and a sought-after speaker, Morgenstern has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, and NPR’s Fresh Air and helped thousands of people transform their homes, businesses, and attitudes about every kind of clutter. Known for her passionate, articulate style and warm sense of humor, she has written columns for O Magazine, Redbook, Forbes, and Thrive Global, helping readers’ solve problems by inspiring order in their lives. The “Inside Out” philosophy that is now synonymous with her name results in customized solutions that are innovative, practical and ensure long-term success. The New York City-based Julie Morgenstern Enterprises has been successfully in business for over 30 years
Change Starts Here with Julie Morgenstern, Time-Management Guru
Change Starts Here, Presented by FranklinCovey Education
The debut of FranklinCovey’s Change Starts Here podcast brought out the big guns, bringing on organizing and productivity consultant, New York Times bestselling author and speaker Julie Morgenstern to share her unique insights with host Dustin Odham.Morgenstern, who’s appeared alongside the likes of Oprah Winfrey on television, has a new book called “Time to Parent: Organizing Your Life to Bring Out the Best in Your Child and You.”Morgenstern is a bona fide time-management guru, and the exclusive tips she shared on this episode are geared toward helping you realize that organization is not the enemy of creativity – in fact, following her lead will help you be more productive and inspired than ever, all while ensuring you give those you love the best version of yourself.“You can get more done when you’re organized. You can be more creative. You can be more spontaneous when you’re organized than when you’re not,” Morgenstern said.Morgenstern understands what it’s like to crave order but not be able to make it happen, meaning she’s got an insight, tip or trick geared for your unique situation.Tune into the entire episode to learn how you can exercise control over your own life and, by extension, be a productive, happy and contributing member of your family, community and the world at large.The opinions in this episode do not necessarily reflect those of FranklinCovey or the Change Starts Here Podcast. You can access the full notice and disclaimer at this link: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:e498c459-cdca-4a53-80c5-33d53c9a1359
Helping Parents Make Time to Parent with Julie Morgenstern
As we spend more time indoors, our spaces are under more pressure than ever. And while modern parents are more likely to spend time with their kids, we still feel guilty about how well we support our children. Today we speak with organization, productivity, and time management expert Julie Morganstern about how we can overcome our guilt and create homes where parents and children can thrive. We open our conversation by discussing why now is such a critical time for the organization industry. We then dive into Julie’s parenting time management strategies as captured in her book, Time to Parent. After exploring the need for her book, Julie answers the pressing question; how much time and attention do kids need to feel loved? As many parents often neglect self-care, Julie also shares insights on how you can look after yourself. She touches on the power of routine when maintaining relationships and your well-being before unpacking her model for nurturing the self and the family. Throughout this episode, Julie leverages years of research, presenting a clear view on how you can be the best parent and businessperson possible. Tune in for more on making the time to parent. Key Points From This Episode: Introducing today’s guest, organization and time management expert Julie Morgenstern. [00:00:30] Exploring massive shifts within the organization productivity industry. [00:02:38] Creating structure within homes that weren’t designed to fit pandemic living. [00:05:34] Hear what inspired Julie to write Time to Parent. [00:06:55] Reflecting on how universally felt guilt is among parents. [00:08:26] Why the current generation of parents often neglects self-care. [00:10:27] Answering the question: how much time and attention do kids need to feel loved? [00:13:08] The importance of routine to maintaining connections and mental well-being. [00:17:13] Why you should add short ‘pulses of rest’ to your routine. [00:20:47] How moments of self-care can make you better at your job. [00:24:44] Julie talks about the models she created for caring for yourself and your children. [00:26:56] Why relating is such a crucial step in all relationships. [00:32:43] Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode: NAPO — http://napo.net/join Julia Morgenstern — https://www.juliemorgenstern.com Julia Morgenstern on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliemorgenstern/ Julia Morgenstern on Twitter — https://twitter.com/JulieMorgenstrn Time to Parent — https://www.juliemorgenstern.com/time-to-parent Oprah — https://www.oprah.com/ Today Show — https://www.today.com/ Fresh Air — https://www.npr.org/programs/fresh-air/ Melissa Milkie — https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/sociology/people/melissa-milkie ‘Pandemic-Proof Your Habits’ — https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/28/sunday-review/pandemic-habits-routine-brain.html Chefsache Initiative — https://initiative-chefsache.de/en/initiative-chefsache/ Dr. Karl Friston — https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=KJFRI52 University College London — https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ The Power of Rest on Amazon — https://www.amazon.com/Power-Rest-Sleep-Enough-30-Day/dp/0061862762
Julie Morgenstern on Productivity in Parenting and Relationships
Beyond the To-Do List
Julie Morgenstern is a well known expert on organization and time management. The author of five best-selling books, Morgenstern has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, and helped thousands of people transform their homes, businesses, and attitudes about every kind of clutter. Her new book is called Time to Parent: Organizing Your Life to Bring Out the Best in Your Child and You. In this conversation Julie and Erik talk about: Simple strategies to stay truly present and focused, whether you’re playing with your kids, enjoying a meal with your significant other, or getting ahead on that big proposal for work. Clever tips to make the most of in-between time―Just 5-15 minutes of your undivided attention has a huge impact on kids. Permission to take personal time without feeling guilty, and the science and case studies that show how important self-care is and how to make time for it. This episode is brought to you by: Woven Betterhelp Mentioned in this episode: Time to Parent: Organizing Your Life to Bring Out the Best in Your Child and You Time to Parent Podcast
Julie Morgenstern | The Best Time Management, Productivity and Organising Tips You’ll Ever Hear
The Grace Tales
I don’t think I’ve ever covered off so many topics in one interview before, but when I knew I had an hour on the phone with Oprah favourite, internationally renowned expert and best-selling author Julie Morgenstern’s on time management, productivity and organising, I didn’t want to miss a thing. You might want to listen to this episode a few times, and take notes! One of the most interesting things we speak about today is how much time we actually need to spend with our children and what that time together needs to look like. This question is so important, because so many of us carry around bags and bags of mother’s guilt. Listen to what she says, and I guarantee you’ll drop the guilt instantly. We also talk about how to get organised and practical tips around where to start (hint: you don’t need to rush out to Ikea and buy a mass of containers until the very end of the process), and why organisation is different from decluttering. We talk about how to get kids involved in being organised, why checking your inbox at the beginning of the day is detrimental to your productivity and what her number one time management tip is. For over 30 years, Julie has been teaching people all around the world and at all stages of life how to overcome disorganisation to achieve their goals – and her methods work. In her latest book, Time to Parent, she introduces a completely novel way of organising your time as a parent that is truly life changing and liberating. It will help you balance raising a human, with being a human, and create the space for true quality time with your kids and for yourself. In today’s conversation, we talk about: How we miss joy-inducing moments because we’re disorganised. How to start thinking of organisational systems as the infrastructure for living our lives, being in the world and achieving all our goals. Where to start with getting organised Why she uses the kindergarten classroom as a model for organising everything. How to use our time productively. How much time and attention kids need to feel loved and secure. How the years we are raising our kids happen to be the prime of our own adult development – and how we can balance the two together. What is meaningless busy work? The #1 time management question to ask yourself. Why you should never check your inbox in the morning. Tips for working from home. To purchase Julie’s books or find out more, visit, www.juliemorgenstern.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 19 Julie Morgenstern Author When Organizing Isn’t Enough SHED your stuff, change your life About Julie Morgenstern is one of the leading experts on organization, business productivity and time management. The author of six best-selling books, a consultant to large corporations and a sought-after speaker, Morgenstern has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, and NPR’s Fresh Air and helped thousands of people transform their homes, businesses, and attitudes about every kind of clutter. The New York City-based Julie Morgenstern Enterprises has been successfully in business for over 30 years. What You’ll Learn This book will help you clear the cutter for good! Julie takes a different approach by using the SHED process. Moving beyond throwing things out and walks you thru the pitfalls of decluttering Declutter is identifying what’s obsolete and no longer serves you Organizing is designing systems that make you more efficient where you are right now SHED stands for Separate the Treasures Heave the Trash Embrace your Identity Drive yourself Forward Finding your Theme: What is your big picture? What do you want to express or experience in the future? What do you need to let go of and where are you heading? Points of Entry! Clutter is not junk! Clutter is an attachment to something you are struggling to release. Ask yourself what does it represent? Go in with love and tenderness for yourself. Being in the present moment! You can also use this process to evaluate your commitments, schedule and habits! Resources Julie Morgenstern Website here My new website here! Pop on and take the quiz and book a free exploratory call Enjoy the show? Don’t miss an episode, follow the podcast on Apple Podcast and Spotify.
EP 123 SHED Your Stuff, Change Your Life with Julie Morgenstern
The Sheri + Nancy Show
We know that all our closets, cabinets, corners, crevices, habits and beliefs should be vibrant, never stagnant. World-famous decluttering expert Julie Morgenstern has a signature approach to enliven our spaces called SHED, and it's all about getting unstuck. Julie joins the show to talk about the big difference between organizing and decluttering. Organizing is about designing systems that make you more efficient. Decluttering is about identifying and releasing what is obsolete in your life, to help you move forward. Nancy has an epiphany (of course) about an old set of her mother’s china that she’s been carrying around for years (she calls it her “Guilt”), and Julie gives the DreamTribe an exercise to try as they begin to SHED: First, name your theme – come up with a word or phrase that defines your next chapter, and the path you want to light up. Second, inventory everything that is holding you back from that path – walk through your house and put Post-it notes on areas that feel stagnant. Third, on a sheet of paper make these four columns: The area or point of entry. How much space does it take up? What % of it is obsolete? What is your level of attachment? And as a special gift to the DreamTribe, on Monday, April 27 at 5 pm pacific, Julie will host a FaceBook LIVE session in our private FaceBook Group (TPL DreamMates). She’ll answer your questions about the exercise and about how to SHED. What fun! Don’t miss it. In this episode: Discover your SHED profile here: https://www.juliemorgenstern.com/shed-your-stuff-change-your-life Join our private FaceBook Group, TPL DreamMates (just mention the podcast to be admitted). Ask Julie your questions on Monday, April 27at 5 pm pacific.https://www.facebook.com/groups/tpldreammates/ Spend the weekend with Sheri, Nancy and world-famous success expert, Jack Canfield at DreamCamp 2020. Reserve your spot at the jaw-droppingly beautiful 1440 Multiversity in Santa Cruz, CA: www.thepillarlife.com Order The Success Principles Workbook at www.jackcanfield.com Subscribe to our newsletter at https://thepillarlife.com/dreamtribe/ More Nancy at www.nancyhala.com More Sheri at www.sherisalata.com