Episode #21 – Find Focus and Presence with These Four Little Words

It’s not surprising that the majority of working women struggle to find their focus.

We notoriously have a lot on our minds. We have so many roles we play, and as we try to move among them rapidly, we can sometimes show up as scattered, frazzled or not present in our daily lives.

Today, I want to share three common problematic beliefs that may be getting in your way, and a concrete process to help you regain your focus and help pull you back into the moment.


  • Why the majority of working women struggle with finding focus and being present ([3:15])
  • There’s no such thing as “not enough time” ([4:30])
  • The real cost of multi-tasking and why it never works ([6:10])
  • How to engage in the now instead of wanting to be somewhere else ([11:00])


The next time you catch yourself bouncing back and forth between tasks, feeling unsettled about where you need to be in that moment, you need to get clarity on the three problematic thought patterns that might be getting in your way.


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  1. Emma B on March 22, 2018 at 7:02 am

    Thank you for sharing so many inspirational and highly relevant ideas in your Brilliant Balance show Cherylanne! When I listen to your ideas and wisdom I feel more at ease and am highly inspired to build the skills you are imparting into my own life. It’s as though I can see everything you talk about in my own ways of thinking and life, only to then see more examples unfold as I bring these skills into each new day!

    • Cherylanne on April 2, 2018 at 11:01 am

      Thank YOU for your kind words! Love hearing that the podcast is helping you find #brilliantbalance.

  2. Jenn Black on April 3, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    It would be helpful if the episode number was by the title, I get confused with which ones I haven’t listened to and which ones I have.

    These are great and I am really enjoying them and have been taking notes and re-listening to sections as needed.

    • Anne Schmidt on April 4, 2018 at 10:52 am

      Thank you for your feedback! We will definitely start doing that for you. 😉

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