How listening to your gut and assessing your energy each day can really help you focus on the best task for that day…..don’t be a slave to your to do list, instead make it work for you.
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Chatting to the lovely Lesley Ellis as she launches her new podcast – The Midlife Manifesto, all about how she’s got to this point, why she’s launching a podcast and what has inspired her growing up. She’s one of the most adventurous people I know and so it’s an interesting and valuable conversation…
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