Here is what happens when you don’t know your priorities:
- Run in a bunch of directions but don’t get anything of significance done
- Waste time on tasks that don’t drive revenue
- Get sucked into the social media vortex
- Use precious energy tending to other people’s problems
- Say yes to stuff that is not a direct benefit to your business or your goals
Here is what happens when you know your priorities, and you act in alignment with them:
- Run in a few, carefully selected directions, which means you make more progress on what matters
- Use your time on projects that drive revenue
- Stay out of useless social media, and when you are on social media, you use that time wisely and strategically
- Let other people solve their own problems
- Say no to stuff that isn’t a direct benefit to your business
- Feel free to work on what matters, because now you have the time, space, and energy
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What are your top 4 priorities for the next quarter?
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What I appreciated about our coaching conversation was just how much Mallory has going on, how much there is to do, and how when the pressure is on, it’s that much harder to see clearly.
I know so many of you can relate to her experience, and I want you to know you are not alone with your overwhelm and uncertainty.
Mallory’s ask of the She Thinks Big community was stories of your first hire, so if you have a story or advice you want to share, please do that in our Facebook group – it’s She Thinks Big is where you’ll find us.
Mallory’s vision is to create a community around her clothing, and a legacy of responsible clothing. If you can help her with this, reach out! I’m always amazed at how this community of women supports each other.
Listeners, what were your key takeaways?
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001 [Coaching] Finding Time Where You Thought There Was None with Gretchen Carlson of Evolution through Vacation
I coach Gretchen Carlson of Evolution through Vacation on how to find 10 hours in her workweek, where she thought previously there “is no time”.
I was both surprised, and entirely not surprised, at how the hours we found were hiding in plain sight. And how finding them was the big barrier to her moving her passion project forward. And how when it came down to it, it was not just about the hours, but about the people-pleasing that was in the way, and she really needed to let go of. It’s never about the thing… it’s the fear lurking behind the thing.
After the session I went into my calendar and opted out of a recurring meeting I had been attending but wasn’t fully lined up with my top priorities.
Gretchen’s ask of the She Thinks Big community is a publishing house that can help bring her vision of “aliveness for everyone who wants it” UP and OUT into the world. If you can help her with that, reach out to her directly.
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Gretchen’s Book on Amazon: Evolution through Vacation