Diane Mulcahy, the author of “The Gig Economy” is on the show to discuss her best time management strategies. In her book, she devoted an entire chapter to the subject. We do a deep dive. In just thirty-five minutes you’ll learn strategies to align your priorities with your calendar, creates systems for success, create boundaries so you gain more time back in your schedule, and more! If you are struggling with managing your time or just want to create better systems, you’ll love today’s show. You can access the show notes at

Before it was even a thing, Diane created the first course in the country on the Gig Economy and teaches it in the MBA program at Babson College. The course gained immediate traction and was named by Forbes as one of the Top Ten Most Innovative Business School Courses in the country.

She is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review and Forbes contributor.

We Discuss:

  1. How to think about time.
  2. How to prioritize your time and align your schedule with your priorities.
  3. Systems to keep you on track.
  4. How to establish boundaries to gain time back in your day, and much more.

Resources Mentioned:

The Gig Economy: The Complete Guide to Getting Better Work, Taking More Time Off, and Financing the Life You Want by Diane Mulcahy

“Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg McKeown

Diane on Episode #70 Discussing The Gig Economy

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