Most people only schedule meetings in their calendars. I schedule time to think. Here’s why.
Today we live in a reactive state. We work on stuff until someone distracts us. Then we react to what the other person needs. That’s true at home and in the office. And it’s the easiest way to keep spinning your wheels for months or even years on end.
To make significant progress on anything and reduce your chance of failure, you need to constantly stop and think about what you’re working on and how you’re progressing. Scheduling time to think is a habit everyone should learn. Here’s how to get started.
Would you like me to personally 2/3/4x your revenue this year? My new "Revenue Accelerator" coaching program is now open. Learn more and see if you qualify.