Last week I shared the 4 most common reasons creatives struggle with time management and this week I'm giving you the tips on how to combat those issues so let's jump right in:
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I just stared in disbelief. It wasn't until Kelly Slater came racing down from the stands to yell at this guy to pay attention that I sort of snapped out of it and thought to myself - WTH!?
While my clients usually come from diverse creative backgrounds, they’re all working on one thing - learning to become better leaders in their businesses and in their personal lives.
*Super personal share, here.
I've talked about my marriage and divorce in the past but usually just in passing but because communication is such an important issue to me, I wanted to share this one quick bit so hopefully, you can learn from my mistakes.
Almost all of us have dreamed of doing something different at some point in our lives. Maybe we hate the situation we're in, we're bored or we know we have the potential to do SO much more.
June is the perfect time of year to take inventory on what you set out to accomplish, figure out what didn’t get done and then readjust what you want to spend the second part of the year on.
We Don't Get What We Don't Ask For
It seems like a simple concept, but if you don’t ask for something - chances are slim you’re going to get it.
After talking for a few minutes, she came to realize that our call was exactly what she needed to help her get her mind clear and focus on what her exact steps were to start; something she'd been struggling with and the reason she put off calling me!
One of the biggest reasons we don't move forward in our businesses (and lives really) is because we're not taking the time to actually do the work. We talk about the big picture of what we want to accomplish but when it comes down to it, we drop the ball.
No one is going to say, "Hey, you look like you need a break! Why don't you go home and get some rest."
It's up to you to figure out what you need and then make sure you're getting it.