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EP #16: Make Time and Create True Work-Life Balance with Dr. Travis Parry

Listen in on the interview here: https://www.bobdepasquale.com/podcast/16


Do you suffer from Superman Syndrome? If you’re not sure what that is (or whether you have it), this is an episode you’ll want to tune into because I’m sitting down with Dr. Travis Parry to discuss how to make the most out of your time. Travis is a best-selling author and founder of the Make Time Institute, which helps people to regain control of their time and achieve a better work-life balance.


Listen in to find out why saying no is actually the kind thing to do, why finding balance is not having the ability to multi-task, and the areas of your life you should be concentrating on. He’ll also be breaking down the three myths that people believe as a result of participating in our society and what you can do to get yourself out of the workaholic mindset.


Do you suffer from Superman Syndrome? If you're not sure what that is (or whether you have it), this is an episode you'll want to tune into because I'm sitting down with Dr. Travis Parry to discuss how to make the most out of your time.

What You'll Learn In Today's Episode:

  • The family tragedy that prompted Travis to educate people on true work-life balance.

  • Three myths that we believe about work-life balance.

  • How to get away from Superman Syndrome.

  • Why Travis went through multiple drafts of Achieving Balance before landing on the final one.

  • The number one way to create healthy boundaries.

  • How you can leverage your spouse to find more balance.

  • What the Make Time Method is and how you can utilize it effectively.

  • Why the success is in the rest.

Ideas Worth Sharing: “We allow ourselves to not say no.” - Dr. Travis Parry “Unless we create these limits with ourselves, it’s very difficult to ever have the work-life separation that creates work-life balance.” - Dr. Travis Parry "When couples are on the same team and going in the same direction, they are more likely to be happier individuals, to have better marriages, and they achieve their financial goals more effectively together.” - Dr. Travis Parry

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