Nice to meet you!
I'm Lexi Frame
AND I'M HERE TO SHOW YOU HOW TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF BURNOUT AND LIVE A JOYFULLY PRODUCTIVE LIFE.
I’m a driven, travel loving, coffee drinking Libran, who’s 100% obsessed with all things productivity.
And I've spent the last 5 years working on solving one problem:
How can I be the most high-performing best version of me I can be, without constantly hitting the burnout pit of doom?
I'm no newbie to burnout ...
My first real taste of it was in 2016.
I was working in high-performance environment for a Silicon Valley startup. And being a high achiever, I wanted to be the best at everything! (sound familiar?). I pushed myself to breaking point.
I went home one day and didn't go back for 2 weeks because I was physically and mentally exhausted.
Lying in bed, staring at the ceiling, tears streaming down my face, I desperately wondered: “who am I, if I’m not achieving at work?”
I had put work before everything else in my life. And finally taking it away made realise that all the other areas of my life had been neglected. It was sobering.
So, I made a change!
I wanted to become the kind of woman who's value isn’t tied to her job. Who uses her time intentionally, in a healthy, powerful, and inspiring way. To build a life that is joyful, balanced, content and full of impact.
And I’ve spent the last 5 years working towards that - building, breaking, testing, and optimising ways to make the most out of my time. Creating a toolbox of successful methods, tools, and strategies to do it.
And along the way I realised ....
The most powerful difference I can make, is to teach other women how to do this too.
Because I really believe that we all have can all take our time (and power back) with better productivity.
So if you’re ready to make the same change I did, to work smarter, use your time better, and build a life where your value isn't tied to your job, but rather to the beautiful, powerfully productive life you have built ...
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Behind the coach
If I had to eat one type of food for the rest of my life, it would be
Potatoes. I LOVE potatoes.
One thing on my bucket list is
To eat sushi at Sukiyabashi Jiro in Tokyo
If I could live anywhere in the world it would be
One thing I cannot live without is
My Kindle. I can get stuck in a good book for hours.
I would love to meet (and even have lunch with)
In my early twenties
I was a singer songwriter and played gigs in people's lounges