206: Productive Inbox and Calendar with April Perry of Power of Moms

206: Productive Inbox and Calendar with April Perry of Power of Moms - BizChix.com

April Perry is the wife to her best friend Eric and mother of four children who runs Powerofmoms.com–a gathering place of more than 50,000 deliberate mothers and LearnDoBecome.com, a brand new site she and her husband created to help individuals and families architect a life of excellence. She loves writing, podcasting, and creating programs for each of her platforms, but her favorite time of day is when the whole family gathers for an afternoon smoothie and then has quiet time–when April can nap. Family is central to everything April is and does, and she feels grateful for the work she is privileged to do each day–in her business and her home.

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Inside This Episode:

  • Motivational Quote

"The most important work you will ever do will be within the walls of your own home." Harold B. Lee - BizChix.com

  • Must Read Book

Essentialism The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown - BizChix.com

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen - BizChix.com

  • Productivity Tool/Tip



  • Resources

Productivity Webinar with April and Eric Perry

April’s Article on Inbox Zero

Free Ebook at powerofmoms.com/whirlwind

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  1. Hi, Natalie. I just listened to podcast 206 with April Perry. Thank you for the awesome productivity tips. I’m looking forward to the rest of the productivity series. I really needed to hear tips on how to clean up and sort my emails. Since I also use Gmail I quickly opened my email only to become confused because there are no “folders” only labels. I went onto April’s website and found an old post about this subject and read through the comments until I found the answer. Whew! I had no idea I could drop a labeled email into the label listing on the left column. Bam! Email went into my label “folder” that gmail doesn’t call a folder. WOW!!!!!

  2. Wow what a long weekend that was! I had lots of time with family and friends and in the early hours of the morning I tackled my email. It was really bad Natalie and April, but thanks to you and this great episode — I feel like it is cleaned out and organized and I found some cool gems along the way. Thanks for sharing this! I hit zero today and I am ready to make that happen daily!


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