Getting the Most Out of Yourself and Your Time with Brad Turpen
Knowing how to manage time to avoid burnout and exhaustion is an important part of adult life.
In this episode, we are back with Brad Turpen. He offers the best advice on when to say yes and when to say no. Brad goes deep on how a “we’re not in control of everything” mindset is healthy. Accepting this helps have a better approach to time management and the tasks at hand. Brad also goes back to separating the time and spaces of each situation. Being present and not thinking about other things may help enjoy the current moment.
Listen to this episode and get the best advice, tips and techniques to improve your leadership skills!
Today’s Guest - Brad Turpen
Brad chose healthcare after his military service, to continue working in a mission-driven career, focused on people and the community.
Brad is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives. His healthcare career has spanned private medical groups, hospital-owned medical groups, and public hospital administration. Brad is currently the Immediate Past President of the Idaho Healthcare Executive Forum, the state ACHE chapter.
Brad and his wife, Tara, love raising their three very active daughters. Brad spends most of his free time coaching youth sports and is a certified USA Softball ACE Level 3 coach.
Work overload can be manageable at first, but at some point, it will get stuck.
Learning to say no may be a tough process but it will increase your productivity.
When your to-do list is full, it’s time to check your working flow.
As leaders, everyone will look up to us and see how we behave and react.
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