Gain more success with less work

Jennifer Partridge


I'm Jennifer

Life coach, EFT / Tapping expert, yogi & wellness activist with a wild heart dedicated to support you in living the life of your dreams.

Going into a New Year can sometimes feel a little overwhelming!

If you’re an ambitious person (and many of us are), you might be loading on resolutions… and vowing to have all sorts of accomplishments!

You grind, you work hard, and you sacrifice sleep and fun so that you can do more work.

This is all very well and good, but it doesn’t always mean more success.

In fact, you might be in need of a “mental reset!” Here are some signs that relaxing may help your productivity:

One, you’re not getting the results you want.

Two, you’ve tried everything but nothing is working.

Three, people at work think you are grumpy.

Four, you experience feelings of stress and frustration.

Five, you feel as though there is not enough time in your day.

Six, you’re dreaming of a time when you’ll actually be able to relax.

Don’t get me wrong—I’ve definitely been overworked before!

One time, I really wanted to move my business forward and spent day after day ALWAYS grinding my hardest.

I stayed up late, woke up early to work out, spent lots of money on advertising, and was constantly networking…

It ended up leaving me feeling burnt out and cranky.

So I decided to try something new: I made time for relaxation.

Instead of working nearly 24/7, I slept, did yoga, meditated, and spent more time connecting with myself.

In the end, I ended up feeling SO much better… And even getting more done!

Because I was approaching work with a sense of love and peace, I was able to see more clearly and attract new opportunities.

And I believe the same is possible for YOU.

Here’s how you can start connecting to yourself, relaxing, and making more space for the life of your dreams.

How has your attitude toward productivity changed? What steps can you take to make more time for relaxation?

Let me know in the comments below!

All my love and hugs,


Jennifer Partridge
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