“Quiet quitting” is quite the hot topic these days. That may be because of the phrase’s ambiguity. It seems the most popular definition is doing the bare minimum at work. You don’t actually want to quit, but you do want to coast.
But some folks have other definitions, such as drawing stricter lines around what you will and won’t do…which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. (Indeed, Sarah talks about her own career journey over the past few years and how she’s been figuring out what makes sense to spend time on and what doesn’t, while maintaining excellence in patient care.)
So, in this week’s episode of Best of Both Worlds, Sarah and I brainstorm some other alliterative phrases that might better get at this concept: Beautiful boundaries? Powerful Prioritization?
And then, since we’re into alliteration, we talk about Fall Fun. I recently posted my Fall Fun list on the blog and though Sarah does not get a traditional autumn down in Florida, she is leaning full into the pumpkin spice. There may even be boots (but fashionable, not functional as those of us up north will soon be experiencing all winter…)
In the Q&A a listener writes in about how to deal with all those little tasks that stack up. She might need Rule #8 from Tranquility by Tuesday (batch the little things)!
Please give the episode a listen, and as always, we appreciate ratings and reviews.