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Today’s episode may fall under TMI and, admittedly, my approach may seem crass to some.
But it’s my honest answer to what appears to be a staple of modern life: a massive and ever increasing pressure to do more, be more, create more and achieve more.
Between all the things you ‘should’ be doing to be your best (meditation, juicing, working out, etc.) and the professional demands on your time (writing, selling, marketing, working, social media, etc.), and the responsibility you have to family, kids, pets and friends…
It’s no wonder many of us feel like we’re barely staying above water. That’s why I was excited to hear from Angela, who wants to know my personal method for getting everything done.When you know what’s important, it's a lot easier to ignore what’s not. Click To Tweet
While we’ve talked about productivity a lot before (and will continue to) I’ve never answered in a way that was quite so personal.
*Headphone alert for parents watching with kiddos or readers watching at work. Some bleeped out explicit rap lyrics appear in this episode.
While we had a lot of fun making this one, don’t let the good times gloss over the importance of the message. This episode shines a spotlight on one of the most crucial building blocks of living a full and meaningful life. A lesson that sadly, most of us don’t learn until it’s far too late.
You must know what’s truly most important to you and live accordingly.
Time is your most precious resource that once spent, you can never get back.
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Now, I’d love to hear from you.
If you’re like most creatives, you have a near endless list of things you could work on or create. But if you could only have 3 top business priorities right now and 3 top personal priorities right now – specifically, what would those be?
Bonus: if you had to sing some Big Sean to 3 specific projects or shoulds, what would those be?
“Thinking about” your answers is not enough. Writing them down helps you find clarity and gets you one step closer to implementation. Leave your answer in the comments below.
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Thank you, as always, for bringing your open and generous heart to this community. You continue to inspire me each and every week.
With so much love,