If your ship is sinking, would you rather plug the hole or get a bigger bucket? Of COURSE you’d plug to hole first! So why, when it comes to our calendars and hectic work schedules, do we try and get a bigger bucket?
It makes no sense!
The only way to really save time is by doing less.
But that’s easier said than done, especially when we have so many peoples, places, and things competing for our time.
On this week’s podcast, I get super practical in how I’m able to run most of my businesses in 20 hours per week. Sometimes more, most often less.
Spoiler alert: it’s rarely about buying a new app or journal or subscribing to the latest productivity trend. Those things help, but they’re the appetizer to the main dish. And that entree? It’s digging into your purpose. What you do better than anyone else on the planet.
When we don’t know the answer to that question, we’ll spin our wheels endlessly.
Accomplishing much, but feeling satisfied with none of it.
So let’s get you re-oriented around time, so you’re in control of it rather than responding randomly to the demands placed on you by others.
I want you to give your time to the people and projects you hold near and dear. Nothing less.