Forever change the way you look at time to become the business owner who is never ‘busy’.
Always too much to do, never enough Time to get it all done, constantly interrupted and distracted all day long from doing whats really important, too many pulls on your Time by other people and the never ending stream of emails and messages across so many different platforms … all expecting a reply instantly
So what do we do …
We try and find more Time, to work more hours, knuckle down and try to get more done, find ways to be more productive, respond to more messages to please more people.
We’ve got so caught up chasing more Time, trying to get more done, and striving to be more productive, that in the busyness of life trying to do it all, we never stop to think if we even need to do it in the first place.
This prevents us from considering another option, a more sustainable option, and one that will ultimately free you up the Time and space to achieve more of what you want, and finally climb down from the Hamster
Wheel of Life.
Sounds counter intuitive I know to everything we’ve probably believed up to now, but let’s be honest, is the current way working? Probably not as you’re here reading this.
It’s Time to take a closer look at what has been filling your Time, to get rid of a load of zero value activity to free up the Time and space to focus on the more important things that will truly make the difference you are looking for, and get things completed.
It was scarily simple to do, once I worked out what to do, and how to do it.
And for over a decade I have been sharing what I did with Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Managers helping them to do the same.
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We know what we know, and we don’t know what we don’t know.
And what I didn’t know, because no one had ever shared this with me, and I hadn’t thought until then to search for a different way, is that more is not the solution. It’s unsustainable!
So out of desperation, and inspired by a story from the early 1900’s about Ivy Lee and Charles M Schwab, I set about the pursuit of doing less to achieve more, after all, what had I got to lose? I wasn’t prepared to carry on with the way it was!