4word turns ten this month! And after ten years and hundreds of mentor pairings, community group meetings, interview blogs, podcasts and more, two of the top issues our audience continues to seek support on are balance and boundaries. So this month, as we talk about redefining wellness, we want to highlight these two vital components of finding whole-self wellness.
On this episode, Elizabeth Knox, founder of MatchPace, an organizational effectiveness company that helps teams work well and live well, and author of the upcoming book, Work Reimagined, talks about why de-prioritizing has been key to her making it through the pandemic workflow and shares the advice she would give to anyone desperate to add balance and boundaries to their life.
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Elizabeth Knox is the founder of MatchPace, an organizational effectiveness company that helps teams work well and live well. She empowers teams to work effectively by helping them learn how to create space for collaboration and synergy and to minimize the mess of a typical workday so they can do the deep work that supports the mission of the organization AND ensure people have time for their other priorities.
Elizabeth writes, speaks, consults, and coaches on the importance of working in a way that prioritizes humanity. Her writing has been featured in HuffPost, Thrive Global, and Today’s Parents. Her first book, Faith Powered Profession: A Woman’s Guide to Living with Faith and Values in the Workplace was published in 2013 and helps women grasp the importance and power of their professional work.
Elizabeth lives in Washington, DC with her husband and four elementary school-aged children.