So, you're hitting your scheduling cap and bottoming out on energy? My clients making $5k / month and $625k / month still have the same amount of hours in the week. They trust me to optimize their schedule from any starting point.
So you have some scheduling headaches? You've come to the right place.
There used to be a time when working more hours yielded more income, but there will always be a cap on time, as you're seeing. The key is to scale results without scaling stress & workload. We all want to get more done in less time, but your scheduling & prioritization skills alone will determine your level of success.
How did we end up here? Productivity in the Industrial Age was all about getting more done in less time, but when the internet came around, the traditional school of Time Management taught humans methods that were fit for computers. That led to blaming individuals for lacking motivation and discipline when they couldn't keep up. (Ouch!)
Today we've finally made it to the Knowledge Age where Entrepreneurship & Management are being introduced to Single Tasking, Flow State and Deep Focus. While times are changing, much of our programming for Productivity is archaic and unfit for life in today's fast-paced world.
Hustle Culture pushes phrases like #TeamNoSleep and #WorkHardPlayHard and it's no wonder hard working Americans are left scrambling for therapists & psychiatric medications to stabilize their sanity.
Imagine waking up every single morning full of energy, without an alarm clock. Your mind is still and you go about your schedule without a scattered mind spewing thoughts at you in every direction. Your morning routine is optimized not based on the most recent book you read, but based on your biological needs to optimize your brain function. As you sip on fresh mineral water, you reflect on the days that sleep used to be a luxury and realize that you've finally reached a place where you can sleep, exercise & get proper nutrition without feeling guilty for not working during that time. You're mentally strong and prepared for a high-caliber day where you have all the time you need to complete a day's work.
For lunch, you naturally order the healthiest option on the menu without thinking twice. Where you used to check your emails standing in line to order, you take that time to take a few deep breaths and share a smile with the stranger across the room. You notice that everywhere you go, the world tends to smile back at you. You feel human again.
When you start to register stress in your day, you know exactly how to shift your energy to prevent stress from taking over. When you look for your to-do list, you remember that you no longer rely on one. You now look at your color-coded schedule that keeps you focused on your priorities and you feel grateful that it holds you accountable for respecting your own time boundaries.
At the end of the day, you close the computer on-time and proceed to more enjoyable, relaxing activities. You don't drink alcohol or consume TV anymore because you know how to wind down without it. You go to sleep early with a clear mind and fall asleep instantly, feeling safe and worry-free.
On Friday afternoon, you look forward to going to that new class you signed up for. The one you "never had time for," in the past. You likely got your work done early and already hit your weekly personal development time goal of 3 hours for this week. On your way to class, you think about how grateful you are to have the life you do today, one where you feel connected, joyful & grateful.
You can't expect to manage your time without managing your energy first. You have the innate ability to tap into a limitless energy supply and connect to your inner guide - your intuition. You have the ability to be healthy and lean without consciously working towards it full-time. You have the ability to focus for extended periods of time, without distraction (YES - even if you have ADHD!)
Work with Me and I'll show you the way.
Here's the Thing..
While you expected the long-hours and stressful, sometimes sleepless nights that came with your position, you didn't press forward thinking it would be this way forever. That life you dream of, where you can take off at any time and unplug when you feel like, isn't going to build itself. It's going to take some scheduling + systems mastery to get you to the place where that super-successful, organized, high-vibe version of you is the only one you know. Think of it as escaping the matrix.
What we know as "normal" in our society today is fabricated and negatively impacts our human experience here. We're living in a world where it's "normal" to be prescribed anxiety, focus & sleep meds, it's normal to have chronic sleep deprivation, and normal to be and merely exist in a state of survival and stress in the name of being "successful".
As a nation, we're feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and totally disconnected and here's why. You're consuming chemicals in your food because the government calls them "safe," you're consuming supplements with high-risk false additives because they're "doctor recommended," and you're watching hours of screen time on your devices because it's called "entertainment." It's time to unsubscribe from the madness.
The life you're ready to take on is going to cost you the life you have today. It's time to set STRONG boundaries and take control over what you consider "NORMAL."
Hi, I'm Tiffany
I'm here to help. I know better than anyone the stress and anxiety that comes from a lack of time management and productivity, because it didn't come natural to me at all.
I dove into personal development as an early teenager and chose not to let my setbacks (anxiety + ADHD) hold me back.
In school I was that nerdy girl who skipped 2 grades and went to college at 15. You know the one everyone always copied homework from and then paid to write essays? That was me, even in college. By age 17 I was running restaurant operations at the director-level where I was managing my team of 60 employees, while studying in college full-time.
I'm not all work though, I quit and traveled to 20 countries under the age of 20 before moving on to be Operations Manager at multinational coffee company before retiring from the 9-5 lifestyle at age 22. I have 33 countries under my belt now and I even spent 2 years in Thailand where I successfully launched my coaching practice at age 24.
I found out early that there's always a fast-track route to the dream lifestyle. I learned that freedom and success are not mutually exclusive. I learned that the only way to live a fulfilling and purposeful life is to be in alignment with your values and to be a good steward of your time. I found out that "one day" doesn't come for most people & I'm here to make sure your plans actually align with the lifestyle you want to have.
Let's get rid of these scheduling headaches for good, shall we?
Your schedule is going to either be the reason you hit your goals, or the excuse you have for not reaching them.
Which will it be?