001 Renee discusses mental health in the workplace, and how mental health impacts team members and their work. She shares her passion for the Full Focus Planner®, which I can certainly relate to. Renee has successfully grown out of workaholism into a more balanced system that allows her to keep all aspects of her life top of mind. She discusses the importance of looking back and celebrating the wins and reviewing what went well and what didn’t go so well. Critical to accountability, considerations when goal setting are knowing your key motivators and ensuring the right goals. Setting goals when others are involved can also be a great accountability strategy. Having an analog habit tracker, sometimes big, on the wall, in front of you can be the best way to grow into new good habits. Renee also covers some great considerations for choosing the right planning system for you, namely “If you’re going to get the benefit out of it you’ve got to put enough time into it to make sure that it works or doesn’t”
Special guest, Renee Schulte, has over 20 years of leadership experience in mental health at the national, state, and provider levels. Her work in the public and private sectors has given her a unique understanding of the complexities in this area. Renee is recognized for her expertise in behavioral health policy, system design, policy and financial analysis, and strategic consulting. As a coach, Renee teaches others to make healthier policies at home, at work, and in the community.
Reach out to Rene at: https://reneeschulte.org/
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Books referenced in this episode:
- Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt
- Living Forward by Michael Hyatt & Daniel Harkavy
Tools mentioned in this episode:
- The Full Focus Planner
- GQueues https://www.gqueues.com/
- The Michael Hyatt version of SMARTER goals: (reference: How to Set Goals You’ll Actually Achieve)
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