We’ve all been there; we’ve all said the words “if I just had some more time.” This is the reality for all busy professionals but is especially relatable for entrepreneurs and business owners who often wear many hats to keep things running smoothly.
Reality check – if you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten.
That is to say, if we continuously allow ourselves to make the excuse “I just don’t have the time,” then we will never progress to a point where the time is not only available to us, but well utilized in driving forward, and achieving, our goals!
I’m putting you in the hot seat now; it’s time to get critical and take a hard look at your current process. Ask yourself the following:
How much thought do you put into how you plan your day, your week, the tasks, meetings, and action items you need to attend to?
Is this an auto-pilot response?
Are you auditing yourself and your team regularly?
How do you identify the key actions you should be focused on?
How do you filter that down to your team?
When was the last time you took a few hours DURING the work week to recharge yourself?
As a certified trainer in the 12-Week-Year, I’ve found so many business owners and entrepreneurs who have the potential to be significantly more efficient in their daily and weekly planning to achieve four times more success annually. Why then, do we insist on remaining “stuck” in our status quo allowing a lack of structure, fear of trying something new, or an excuse of time to eat away at our goals?
You deserve to take your time back! I want you to consider the frustrations associated with making a trip somewhere new without a GPS! This analogy helps us to understand the importance of creating a clear “roadmap” for yourself and your team, with defined action items and priorities which will, inevitably, lead you to increased productivity and the ability to achieve more in 12 weeks than most do in 12 months!
So, tell me, are you ready to be up to FOUR TIMES more efficient? Ask yourself, can you afford not to be? I am ready to show you how! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org today.