Ever feel like there is just too much to do and you can’t even think straight? Yep, me too! Yet your job as CEO of your business is to think clearly. Yes you need to be productive with daily work tasks, but if you cannot think clearly about what’s happening currently and what’s ahead your success will be short-lived. That is why you need to take time to think.
Listen in and learn why this is so important and some creative ways to make space even in your crazy life to take time to think.
Your ability to think clearly is what will set you apart from the competition and keep your business growing for a long time. If you’re like most business owners you think taking time to think is a luxury so you go back to chasing 100 priorities playing a daily game of whack a mole with your to-do list. A CEO of a big company would never do this and neither should you. You absolutely must carve out peaceful, meaningful moments to reflect on what’s happening & what’s ahead.
So how do you do that?
By consciously and creating time for your mind to settle, your nerves to calm down, and opening up the channel for ideas to flow. Without time to think your discernment goes way down and you’ll find yourself making mistakes, incurring unnecessary costs, and spinning your wheels. Listen in and learn more.
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Links to resources mentioned in the show:
- Survey – Are you living the active entrepreneur lifestyle?
- From scattered to focused video
- Sara Blakely article in Success Magazine
- Stillpower: The Inner Source of Athletic Excellence by Garret Kramer
- Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
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