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“I think we have to think of the implications of what we do today will impact tomorrow.”
— Leah Jolly
Do you find yourself working really hard right now so that you can give your future self a break?
Have you actually taken that break that you promised your future self? (be honest!)
We realized that we were doing things to benefit our future selves but then not actually taking advantage of all the things we were doing.
In this episode, we discuss how what you do today can help your future self and that you actually need to step into that version of your future self because you are never going to wish that you worked more when laying on your deathbed.
Listen now to discover:
- The concept we use to help guide our tasks and thought processes (1:01)
- The importance of setting up automations (3:48)
- Why a busy season can actually help you in the future (8:26)
- Birthing your future self (19:07)
“We’re never gonna come to the end of the days and see the light and be like I wish that I had slaved more hours over tweaking my charting platform. We’re gonna be like I’m so thankful that I had time to do the things that really matter in my life.”
— Leah Jolly
Links and Resources
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1:01 – Guiding your thought processes
3:48 – Setting up automations
8:26 – Some seasons are busier than others
11:15 – Putting pressure on yourself
13:06 – Setting boundaries
16:47 – Taking vacation days
19:07 – Birthing your future self
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Leah Jolly is a private practice IBCLC with Bay Area Breastfeeding in Houston, Texas. Annie Frisbie is a private practice IBCLC serving Queens and Brooklyn in New York City, and the creator of the Lactation Consultant Private Practice Toolkit.