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The Intentional Advantage

English, Finance, 25 seasons, 340 episodes, 5 days, 22 hours, 9 minutes
We all have 168 hours in a week, so why is it we feel we don’t have the time to focus on the things that matter most? It’s not you - it’s the systems that are failing. Productivity Paradox is a weekly podcast specifically designed to give you ACTIONABLE strategies and exercises to help you create a life centered around YOUR own personal PRIORITIES. Tonya Dalton is a leading expert in harnessing your productivity and streamlining systems to help you discover the strategies that work for YOUR life. Through time proven tactics, you can discover your own customized productivity system and achieve life changing results in business, relationships and personal growth.
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How to Organize Your Finances

Money is one of those topics that people tend to shy away from, but once we make finances easy, we take back our power. In today’s show we’re talking about strategies and systems to make saving money simple and painless. We discuss how to organize and streamline paying bills, paperwork, and expenses. We also dive into the steps to create a system to streamline savings while getting rid of debt. Using the steps to organize your finances will be empowering and confidence building, and today’s episode will make it all feel easy.   FOR SHOW NOTES & MORE, GO TO:
8/30/202240 minutes, 30 seconds
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The 3 Reasons You Are Holding Back on Your Goals

We all have big goals and dreams, but they often get pushed aside in the pursuit of productivity. We say we don’t have time or that we’ll go after them Someday. But if we wait until all of our tasks are done to sit down and enjoy what’s most important, that time will never come—there’s always some sort of urgent work to be done. In today’s episode we’ll talk about the 3 reasons you might be holding back on your goals and I’ll share some actionable strategies to achieve your big goals–and (the best part) it’s much easier than you think.   FOR SHOW NOTES & MORE, GO TO:
8/16/202232 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Easiest Way to Make Your Days Feel Meaningful

We often get caught up in trying to fight time - to squeeze every last drop out of whatever time or season we’re in… but it’s not about managing our time—it’s savoring the moments. In today’s show I’m sharing one of my favorite productivity tips: using traditions to help streamline your days while making them memorable. We dive how to set up rituals by using habit stacking, why routines don’t have to be boring and we’ll give some tips and ideas on how you can use traditions to bring your family closer together.   FOR SHOW NOTES AND MORE, GO TO:
8/2/202232 minutes, 4 seconds
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Making Your Least Productive Day, Your Best Day of the Week

For most people, Friday is the least productive day of the week. Most offices notice a 35% dip in productivity. With a few strategies you can eliminate end-of-the-week burnout and actually make Fridays your most successful and rewarding day of the week. In this episode I talk about setting boundaries, how to pace your week, why most people struggle with the 5 day workweek and I’ll share five ways you can use Friday so it feels like you got a bonus day off.   FOR SHOW NOTES AND MORE, GO TO:
7/19/202229 minutes, 27 seconds
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Stress Free Vacation Planning (So You Can Come Back Refreshed)

Ever feel like you need a vacation from your vacation? Or that it is easier or less stressful just skipping the vacation days? Taking care of yourself and finding time for vacation is one of the keys to achieving a higher sense of happiness and avoiding burnout. On today’s show, I’m sharing why vacations are essential to being happier and why they actually increase your productivity.  I’ll share 5 tips for how to get ready for vacation stress-free and some strategies for making the most of your time off so you can feel refreshed.   FOR SHOW NOTES AND MORE, GO TO:
7/5/202231 minutes, 31 seconds