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In this special Time Lab episode, listeners of the show test out tools from previous episodes. In this show, listeners Darrell Langolf, a writer from Los Angeles, Dulcie Yamanaka, a graphic designer and editor, and Cara Dolan, a public health administrator, test out two tools from Risa's book (The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit) called: The Task Intensity Meter and Task Rewards.  Find out which tool worked out well for them, and which tool they struggled with!Tools discussed in this episode: The Task Intensity Meter, The Rewards Planner and The Brain Warm-Up from Risa's book, The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit.Previous episodes mentioned: Episode 4 (Task Intensity Meter), Episode 5 (Rewards with Ezra Werb), Episode 3 (The Time Lab: The Brain Warm-Up).Host: Risa Williams, LMFT, (risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy).Guests: Darrell Langolf, Dulcie Yamanaka and Cara Dolan.Support the show
In this special episode called The Brain Boost, guest co-host Erica Curtis joins host Risa Williams to discuss how to use color more effectively in everyday life to find your focus, get creative, and get more organized. Have you ever wondered about the impact of color on your mood and motivation? Here's what science tell us about accessing color's power to transform our thoughts, feelings, and energy... Tools discussed in this episode:The Color Coder (from Risa's book: The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit), Calm Colors (from Erica's book: The Innovative Parent), Time Blocking, and Mindfulness techniques.Previous episodes mentioned: The Time Lab - Morning Pages & Appreciation Journal (Episode 6), Journaling with Mike Sonksen (Episode 2), Mind Modes with Erica Curtis (Episode 4).Hosts: Risa Williams (risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy) and Erica Curtis (therapywitherica.com, @ericakcurtis).Support the show
In this episode, Risa Williams talks to Dr. Tamara Soles about setting time intentions for your to-do list as well as establishing clear boundaries throughout your day. If you've ever wondered about how to be more assertive when you're upholding your time boundaries, Dr. Soles has great tips and advice on how to communicate these needs to others. Tools discussed in this episode: Timers, Time Blocking, The Weekly Post-It  and Time Sinkholes (from Risa's book The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit), Reflective Listening, and BlockSite (Chrome Extension).Guest: Dr. Tamara Soles (drtamarasoles.com, This Hour Has 50 Minutes Podcast).Host: Risa Williams, LMFT (risawilliams.com, theultimatetoolkitbooks.com).Support the show
In this special episode of The MM Podcast called The Time Lab, listeners Dulcie Yamanaka, a copy editor, and Julissa Padilla, an archivist, test out journaling tools discussed in Episode 2. For three days, they test out Morning Pages (from The Artist's Way) in the morning, and The Appreciation Journal (from The Ultimate Anxiety Toolkit) at night.Episodes Referenced: Episode 2, Journaling with Mike Sonsken.Books Referenced: The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron, The Ultimate Anxiety Toolkit by Risa Williams.Host: Risa Williams (theultimatetoolkitbooks.com, risawilliams.com).Guests: Dulcie Yamanaka and Julissa Padilla.Support the show
Risa Williams talks to educational therapist and book author, Ezra Werb, about rewards and how to use them to motivate yourself and to help you feel proud of tasks that you accomplish in everyday life. Ezra Werb is the book author of "Teach for Attention: A Tool Belt of Strategies for Engaging Students with Attention Challenges" (Free Spirit).Tools discussed: Planning Rewards, Executive Functioning, Delayed Gratification, "Non-preferred" Tasks, The Task Intensity Meter (from Risa's book, The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit), The First Step Finder, (from Risa's book, The Ultimate Self-Esteem Toolkit).Episodes mentioned: Episode 6 and Episode 2.Guest: Ezra Werb, M.Ed. (www.freespirit.com/gifted-and-special-education/teach-for-attention-ezra-werb).Host: Risa Williams, LMFT (risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy).Support the show
Risa Williams interviews Erica Curtis, art therapist and book author of "The Innovative Parent" and "Art Therapy Activities for Kids," about how to switch mental gears, what "mind modes" are,  and how to become more mindfully aware of how you're actually spending your time each day. They discuss how to transition from "work mode" to "rest mode,"  time blocking, and new ways to incorporate mindfulness as a way to regulate your emotions.Guest: Erica Curtis, LMFT, Board-Certified Art Therapist and author of "The Innovative Parent" and "Art Therapy Exercises for Kids" (www.therapywitherica.com, @ericakcurtis).Host: Risa Williams, LMFT, therapist and book author of "The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit" and "The Ultimate Anxiety Toolkit" (JKP Books) (www.risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy).
In this special segment of the MM Podcast called The Time Lab, listener Cara Dolan, a public health administrator, tries out the two tools discussed in Episode 1: The Pomodoro Technique and The Brain Warm-Up.  She reports her results to host Risa Williams and they discuss how to apply these techniques in everyday situations. Tools tested:-The Pomodoro Technique developed by Francesco Cirillo-The Brain Warm-Up (from Risa's book: The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit)Previous episodes referenced: Episode 1 - Time Tools with Trevor Stockwell.Guest: Cara Dolan, (www.linkedin.com/in/cara-dolan-4145b89).Host: Risa Williams, (risawilliams.com, theultimatetoolkitbooks.com).For more info, visit: www.risawilliams.com/motivationmindset.Support the show
In this episode, Risa talks to book author, professor, and poet, Mike Sonksen, about how to use daily journaling to tap into the present moment more. They discuss timed writing, The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron, Thich Nhat Hanh and mindfulness, and how we can break things down into small steps in order to find our way forward with projects.  Mike shares some wisdom and a brand new poem in this episode.Guest: Mike Sonksen (@mikethepoetla).Host: Risa Williams (www.risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy).For more info, visit: www.risawilliams.com/motivationmindset.
In this episode, Risa Williams talks to Trevor Stockwell, leadership coach and podcast host, about his favorite time management tools, including: The Pomodoro Technique, GTD Method, The Brain Warm-Up Tool (from Risa's book, The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit).Guest: Trevor Stockwell (www.trevorstockwell.com).Host: Risa Williams, LMFT (theultimatetoolkitbooks.com, @risawilliamstherapy).For more info, visit: www.risawilliams.com/motivationmindset.
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