Are you literally doing everything in your business right now?
Do you feel like you have to be busy all the time in order to be successful that you can’t afford not to be busy?
You could be micromanaging yourself when the truth is you don’t need to.
Perhaps it’s time you reset your priorities and have an empowered team to back you up so they can support you in a way you’ve never allowed anyone to before.
If you’re ready to stop feeling busy and to start feeling focused, productive, and most importantly, at peace, join me for today’s conversation as I outline four lies that actually keep your schedule overwhelmed.
I’m also going to discuss some immediate action items that you can start doing today to free up your calendar.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Four lies that we believe keep our schedules overwhelmed
- Three action items you can do to help create some freedom to your schedule
- Why it’s important to take a break as a business owner
- Why you don’t necessarily have to follow exactly what your mentors are doing
- A quick exercise to make sure that you’re busy working on the right things
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