We can only make space when we start with our stories and beliefs around our identity and then our behaviours will follow that.
Who can say they have not struggled with making space in today's digital age?
My guest is Daniel Sih, he is the co-founder of Spacemakers®, a productivity consulting group for busy leaders. His fantastic book "Spacemaker - how to unplug, unwind and think clearly in the digital age"; was the Best Personal Development Book in the Australian Business Book Awards in 2021.
We are talking about
- how do we make space in today's busy world full of addictive technology?
- how Daniel himself has had no space more than once in his life and what he did about it
- what got him to write his book and why it almost didn't get published
- how much screen time is too much, what is a healthy limit?
- how limiting ourselves actually results in more freedom
and don't miss his #1 tip for business owners to create more space in their day.
I hope you enjoy this episode and if you find value in what Daniel and I are talking about, please share it with a business bestie because if you find value in it, they will too.
is the co-founder of Spacemakers®, a productivity consulting group for busy leaders. His book "Spacemaker - how to unplug, unwind and think clearly in the digital age"; was the Best Personal Development Book in the Australian Business Book Awards in 2021, and was a finalist for best technology book and best cover design.
As a trainer, coach and keynote speaker, Daniel has worked with CEO’s, executives, and other senior professionals throughout Australia and beyond.
He is the creator of best-selling productivity courses such as Email Ninja, List Assassin, Priority Samurai, and Making Space (digital wellness training) with more than 20,000 students online and offline.
Daniel has a broad professional history, includes leadership roles in physiotherapy, health management, project management and Christian ministry.
He lives in Tasmania, Australia with his wife, Kylie, and their three children, Naomi, Caleb and Jethro. He also keeps fourteen pure-bred chickens who eat a lot of grain and lay too few eggs.