Focus: 4 action steps to regaining command of your time, talent, and energy
If you want to nail your next 100 days, you need to focus.
Get command of your time, talent, and energy, so that you have predictable times every week to work ON your business.
You can get so carried away meeting everyone else’s demands that you allow your priorities to gather dust.
You spend your time on email, social media, and in constant firefighting.
You find yourself at the end of the day wondering where all the time has gone.
You don’t have enough time for the fire-prevention tasks that allow you to grow sustainably.
I’ll get to it tomorrow. Rinse. Repeat.
Stop the madness.
Here are four action steps to get out of the spin cycle.
1. Set your priorities. Maintain a top 3 so you don’t diffuse your efforts.
2. Put good ideas on a Not-Now list, so you maintain visibility, but don’t get distracted.
3. Make your Not-To-Do list and outsource, delegate, or drop everything on it.
4. Weekly planning. Set aside chunks of time each week for you to work on your business. Make these the same days and times so that you build a natural rhythm and bring your best to these sessions.
Focus is part of the 8-step process so that you can nail the next 100 days, build momentum, and rack up wins, even in turbulence and uncertainty.
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