The most valuable use of your time is…this.
If you’re anything like most business owners, you eagerly start a new project, get it to about 80% completion and then…
…not much else happens.
This is likely because you’ve 1) lost interest, 2) moved on to something else or 3) don’t have time to finish it.
OR, perhaps you’re seemingly always busy, but you’re never really sure where your time went or what you’ve actually accomplished at the end of the day?
(Don’t worry, this is normal.)
That being said, in this week’s training, I want to share with you how to create the two kinds of TIME that matter most to business owners. Want to know what they are?
Watch this week’s 2-minute training. It’s one of the most important lessons I can share with you:
Every single successful entrepreneur I know values these two ways of structuring their time over just about everything else in their calendar.
Why? Because they have the greatest impact on revenue, profitability and impact.
Thinking time is vital.
Each week, spend at least an hour connecting to your vision, creating your strategy, setting your intentions and ASKING (source, the universe, your higher self…whatever works for you) what you desire to be presented to you through opportunity.
Implementation time is vital, too.
This is time that you carve out for yourself, in your week, to get things finished.
I recommend two hour blocks for implementation time. In my experience, one hour isn’t enough. You just get into the flow of what you are creating and it’s time to hop on a call (thus the 80% finished phenomenon gets perpetuated).
Do I have permission to give you some tough love?
If you are not creating these time blocks for yourself, and sticking to them by having strong boundaries, you are creating struggle, ineffectiveness and inertia in your business. Which means that chances are very high that you won’t succeed.
It takes a level of discipline and getting-things-done-ness to reach your goals. And this requires you to harness time and use it in the most impactful way. This is your main job as a business owner.
So will you do this? How much time will you commit to creating time for yourself to THINK and to IMPLEMENT?
Make your intention powerful by posting your commitment in the comments. And when you follow through with your action and commitment, the traction you will create in your business, the confidence you will discover as you accomplish more and more, and ultimately the results…
…will blow you away.
Here’s to that,
P.S. These ideas are simple. Do not let their simplicity fool you. Our ego often wants to ignore the simple in the name of the complicated (to justify itself). Those who succeed outwit this desire of the ego by creating commitments to do the simple things that lead to results. Are you up for this challenge? Tell me so in the comments. xo