PODCAST 127: Time Management, Trauma & Productivity with Nache Snow

are you afraid of taking risks and living your dream?

Each time I leapt into the next chapter of my career- whether it was dropping out of grad school to become an artist or quitting the six-figure business I’d sacrificed everything to build to focus fully on helping other creative people through Dear Handmade Life – I was scared (actually terrified), and second-guessed myself a lot. But, I also knew that this is it, and living someone else’s dream for me wasn’t going to cut it.

Our guest on the podcast today, podcaster, online educator, and maker Naché Snow knows about taking risks too. After a traumatic car accident, she stopped caring about what other people thought about her and her choices and she realized that “the majority of our time should be having fun because we only get one life.”

And, if you want to live your big bold beautiful messy life and go after your dreams, you’re going to have a pretty long TO-DO list, so you’re going to have to learn how to manage all those tasks. That’s where Naché’s skills in and love of time management and productivity come in. In this episode of our podcast, she shares some of the platforms, tools and concepts that help her live her life with intention and pursue all the things she wants.

Head to our podcast and grab a notebook because you won’t want to forget the tips and tools Naché shares.

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