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Why Batching Is The Best Time Management Tool For A Mompreneur

A Purpose Driven Mom Podcast

Episode 155

Do you need a little breathing space? Do you need a little break?

Batching is a perfect strategy you can use today to save you time and to allow yourself the space to be the most efficient in your business. If you are not an entrepreneurial mom — no worries — the batching tips in this episode will also help you be more efficient in your home! 🏡

Listen in to this interview as it’s Cara Harvey today that is in the interview seat!!! AND she is sharing all her secret tips and tricks to batch her work, to save her time, and give her the time freedom, and flexibility she needs as a work-at-home mom.

Here at A Purpose Driven Mom, we batched ahead our entire summer because we are a team of moms and we wanted to have a slower summer home with our kids. We also wanted to see the difference that it would make in our lives and in the business.

Success!

It ended up being a hard summer for some of us in our home life and we are all so grateful that we batched ahead in the business so there were fewer demands at work and we were able to shift our attention to our families.

Batching gave us space to recover and heal, and for one of our team members — have a beautiful baby boy! We needed a summer to breathe and take a step back and take time off, which was only possible with batching.

So listen in to today’s episode to hear Cara teach about:
➡️ How to start your batching
➡️ What to look out for when batching
➡️ Her step-by-step process to batch ahead on work (which you can apply to your home)

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Episode Highlights:

4:38 Meet Cara Harvey! 😉 if you haven’t been introduced yet …
5:40 How productivity can help your business … Here’s Cara’s story of productivity.
7:50 Batching — what it is and where to start …
11:28 If we can batch it enables our business to stay consistent while we are in a moment where we need to be present with life.
14:50 What do we batch in our business?
22:44 Cara’s examples of what she batches in her business and HOME!
29:52 What about for the business moms out there that are just getting started … here’s what Cara’s recommends
32:27 When you don’t feel like you are an organized or “planning” person …

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