“I don’t have time!” It’s a common complaint. So why is it that some people, with the same 24 hours in a day that YOU have, are able to accomplish so much? It’s a question that led former Fox 2 reporter Jill Farmer to her new career. Life coach.
Listen to the Voices of St. Louis feature on Jill and finding time:
(special thanks to Dave King and Kevin Killeen for their help with this piece)
Jill Farmer now speaks across the St. Louis area and the country about finding more time in life. She works with people on achieving their goals–those things you’ve always wanted to do, felt you should do, but just can’t seem to get the ball rolling.
Farmer says she spent years waiting for the circumstances of her life to change; that moment when she would suddenly experience a windfall of time. But it wasn’t happening. Things kept getting more and more hectic. It led her on a journey of figuring out how people sabotage their own lives, their time and their goals.
Jill works one-on-one with clients to help get them “unstuck” and has a book coming out later this year. It’s entitled, “There’s Not Enough Time (And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves.”