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Too Much On Your Plate? Eliminate Overwhelm with this Fun Tool!

by Richard on

eat your elephant lgeSo……

What do you call an Elephant on a Bus?
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A Passenger

Of course :)   :)   :)

Now that’s cleared up….

Do you ever feel like you have an Elephant on your Plate?

A task, goal or project so overwhelming that you don’t know where to start?

Well, I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!”

Easily get rid of overwhelm with this fun tool that breaks your project into “bite-sized pieces”.

Basically, if you have too much on your plate that you can’t think straight and you don’t know where to start…. then use this fun coaching exercise to help you get organized.

It’s perfect to brainstorm and get everything that’s swirling in your head down on paper. It will help you to see 100% clearly so you can finally begin to take action!

With this fun worksheet, you’ll:

  • Creatively brainstorm actions and next steps using the elephant metaphor
  • Great for stress management and fantastic for young adults.
  • Makes overwhelming projects more fun
  • Perfect for you if you are a visual person, creative and lighthearted
  • Comes with full instructions

As soon as you’ve filled-out the worksheet…please come back to this page and share your experiences with us!

For example;eat your elephant sml

What were your learnings from doing this?

WHAT will you take action on Today? WHAT will you take action on Tomorrow?

Share to help others…and to hold yourself accountable to move toward your dreams this week :)

Eat Your Elephant Worksheet (Print Me Out!)


>>> Please Click Here To Download Your Worksheet Now
(instructions are included!)

With Love and Respect,

Talk soon!
Richard :)

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Sam Menda December 11, 2016 at 9:30 am

Thankyou!!!

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Richard December 11, 2016 at 2:39 pm

No problem Sam, glad that you like it.

R

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Robin December 11, 2016 at 5:39 am

My man,
Have you considered the people that dont have a computer? Those who dont have access to a printer? Im one of those people. Ant suggestions?

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Richard December 11, 2016 at 2:40 pm

that will be challenging, I can see that you can read the posts, so I’d suggest doing it the old fashion way, write it down and take action.

R

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