Agnese Rudzate On How To Slow Down To Do More

Yitzi Weiner
Authority Magazine
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8 min readDec 19, 2021

Invest your time to get more organized. Organized space creates peace in mind and saves our precious time. Benjamin Franklin said, “For every minute spent in organizing, an hour is earned.” So we must make a conscious decision to change a few things to get desired results. Space that serves our needs creates an abundance of ease that results in better productivity.

As a part of my series about “How to Slow Down To Do More” I had the pleasure to interview Agnese Rudzate.

Agnese is a Certified Productivity Strategist and Time-management expert with a professional background in Quality Management and Empowerment Coaching. She has turned her passion for organizing into her mission to support busy, overworked women get more productive. Through structure, systems, and processes, Agnese helps to have both — impact and time freedom.

Thank you so much for doing this interview with us! Can you tell us the “backstory” about what brought you to this specific career path?

It is my pleasure to be here and empower more women to truly get in charge of their time. I call organizing my superpower. However, like a natural high achiever and perfectionist, I have struggled to keep the balance between wanting the best results and taking the time to “fill my cup”. In search of more ease and flow, I became interested in wiser time-management, productive action, and how it all can create well-deserved time freedom without sabotaging success. As I see more and more women struggle to keep up, wanting to create a greater impact but also don’t lose themselves in the process, I became interested in coaching as a tool that reveals answers to help us move forward mindfully and with confidence.

According to a 2006 Pew Research Report report, 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed”. Has it always been this way? Can you give a few reasons regarding what you think causes this prevalent feeling of being rushed?

We live in a time where we are often praised for having more and doing more. This is…

Yitzi Weiner
Authority Magazine

A “Positive” Influencer, Founder & Editor of Authority Magazine, CEO of Thought Leader Incubator