In this episode, I sit down with Katie Krimitsos, Founder of Biz Women Rock, as she walks us through her entrepreneurial journey and the purposeful scheduling that has led her to enjoy three-day work weeks running a phenomenal business. Katie discusses her passion for lifting women up, her low tolerance for unhappiness that launched her into entrepreneurship, and how she schedules the hell out of her life to ensure she can be fully present and achieve balance.
We also talk about task batching according to energy levels, living and breathing calendars, the value of planning, and how you can utilize time blocks to reduce worry, stress, and guilt.
This was an awesome discussion with Katie I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
What You'll Discover In This Episode:
About The Guest:
Katie Krimitsos is the Founder of Biz Women Rock, a community and education provider for women entrepreneurs who want to grow a purposeful, productive and profitable business! She is a business coach and growth strategist, a Mastermind facilitator and provides online and live education to help purpose-driven and action-taking women so they can get the tools they need to fulfill their business dreams! Her podcast Biz Women Rock provides personal business interviews, pertinent topics and actionable information that help her community thrive in their businesses. She is a lover of travel, animals (she has a pet parrot, Sammy!), the water and is amazingly in love with her daughter, Sedona and her husband, Chris.
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