What keeps you on the buried in busyness? Do you spend your days on the busyness treadmill?
How do you decide what to do first when you arrive at work in the morning? If you’re like many people I know, you start your day by opening your email – sometimes before getting out of bed in the morning!
That’s a challenge. Starting your day with the messages in your inbox means you determine your agenda by what’s urgent. You react to what someone else says is #1 on your list, rather than planning your day around your #1 priority.
This leads to another very important question:
Do you know your #1 priority?
Can you name the action in your life that provides the most impact? For the majority of people, the answer is no. There are so many demands on their life, they lose track of where they make the biggest impact. They are buried in busyness.
Sometimes it seems easier to be buried in busyness than to look at where you are and figure out how to get to the place where you can make the impact you are capable of and called to make. But buried in busyness doesn’t work in the long run. You can’t accomplish the high-achiever goals you know you’re capable of when you’re so busy you can’t get to the work that really matters.
I have a solution! It takes intentionality to overcome the habit of the busyness treadmill. You need to prioritize the actions that allow you to make the biggest impact. But that intentionality is worth it.
Today I’m offering you a place to start. Watch my new mini-masterclass, Small Steps Lead to Big Outcomes. In about 30 minutes – 12 to watch the video and 20 to do the exercise, you can uncover the opportunities that lead to your biggest impact – and the threats that will trip you up if you’re not careful – you know, like staying on the busyness treadmill!
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