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Energy Management Series

The key to achieving our goals at speed, without negatively impacting our wellbeing, is energy – it’s the ultimate coping tool. In this series, we're exploring your energy and practical methods to manage your own energy effectively, especially when we work in high-pressure (and sometimes workaholic) environments! Jump straight into video classes 1, 2 and 3 below.


Your Energy Audit

Now, I tend to work with passionate professional women who can often be at times be impatient about their ambitions.

They want to do everything and have everything now, so they’re running multiple projects with what feels like hundreds of plates spinning, they’re managing teams or project groups, they’re trying to stay fit and healthy, whilst keep their relationships alive.

But the unfortunate truth is that we are also:

  • 60% more likely to report experiencing burnout,

  • we are less happy than we were 50 years ago

  • we’re 46% more likely to report work-related stress, depression, and anxiety

The key to achieving our goals at speed, without negatively impacting our wellbeing is Energy – it’s the ultimate coping tool.


  1. Grab your worksheet above

  2. Work through the Energy Audit

  3. Identify your next 3 action steps to accommodate your energy needs

​YES! Let's get feeling that jump out of bed feeling!


The 80/20 Rule

I’m guessing you have at one time said one of these “I’m so busy, I don’t have enough time, I’m too overwhelmed right now”.

I know I have! We glorify busyness and become so caught up in the busyness of our lives but are we busy doing the right things?

If we were to step back and take a good look at what we’re doing, we might just find that we have immersed ourselves in the ‘thick of thin things.’

According to the Pareto principle, otherwise known as the 80/20 rule: 80% of results – in terms of work achieved, the impact made, goals reached or money earned – probably come from only 20% of the work.


  1. Grab your worksheet above!

  2. Work through each of The Four D's:

    • Can you delegate it?

    • Can you delay it?

    • Can you ditch it? 

    • Otherwise, just do it!

Nice work, lovely!


Big Rocks

If the Big Rocks don't go in first, they're not going to fit in later, warns Steven Covey.

In this class, we delve into the difference between tasks that are Big Rocks, Pebbles, Sand and Water and how we can use this to better manage our precious and limited energy, time and resources. 


  1. Grab your worksheet above

  2. Consider what are you Big Rocks, Pebbles & Sand

  3. Acknowledge the inevitable last-minute tides of water

  4. Make a plan

  5. Reflect on how you're doing

  6. Use it as a decision-making tool

Have fun with it and share your Big Rocks in the group!

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