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How to Automate & Systemize Your Life With Rosanna Berardi

A Purpose Driven Mom Podcast

Episode 80

Are you your own harshest critic? Rosanna Berardi, practicing lawyer and founder of High Wire Woman, which focuses on helping working women take back their most precious commodity – their time, dives into how you can alter your mindset so that you’re not constantly putting yourself down while allowing space and recognition of your mistakes to help you build back better.

Mistakes are often the best teacher – embrace them with grace!

If you’re frustrated with the overlap your work life has in your home life, then the tips and tricks Cara and Rosanna share around inbox management will definitely make you more efficient and less mentally drained by the end of the day.

Rosanna also shares her ideas about automating necessary but repetitive day to day, week to week tasks that will – in some cases – literally buy you more time. After this episode, you’ll find yourself being nicer to ‘you’ and having more time for the important things!

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Episode Highlights:

3:20 Meet Rosanna
10:35 Letting go of the notion of being perfect – learn from your mistakes!
16:40 Journaling – tracking your successes will show you the winner you are
22:13 Automate the repetitive – delegate tasks to other professionals and family
27:18 Inbox management tips to avoid getting overwhelmed by your notifications
30:40 How to set boundaries to increase your productivity
33:48 Be mentally where your feet physically are

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About Rosanna:

Rosanna Berardi is a lawyer, mother, and entrepreneur. She built her immigration law firm, Berardi Immigration Law, from her home apartment to a multi-million-dollar company in 15 short years. She is a sought-after speaker and has been featured in Forbes, The Los Angeles Times, Politico and The National Post. She is an Adjunct Professor at SUNY Buffalo School of Law. Rosanna is also the CEO of High Wire Woman, a consulting firm that provides systems and solutions to working women.

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