THE WORK COMES FIRST.
Yes, you have freedom. Yes, you have balance. Yes, you run your own business, Yippee!
But you guys… you don’t get to go enjoy them if you’re NOT DOING THE WORK, not if you want to keep them at least.
The work must come first.
I’m not saying it’s the most important thing… well, maybe I am. Continue reading “The Work Comes First”
THE UGLY TRUTH AROUND ALL THOSE SELF-HELP PRODUCTIVITY GURU BOOKS…
I do not believe that there is a “one way guide” to planning and being organized. No offense to the people who’ve made millions of dollars writing books and creating methods of play by plays on how to be more productive, but it’s all bullshit and it’s almost criminal to put it out there as the “ANSWER TO EVERYONE PROBLEMS”.
And here’s why….
WE ARE ALL DIFFERENT. Continue reading “Intentional Action”
Planning the week out on Sundays guarantees that I have a successful week.
Even if shit hits the fan, things are still lined out for me to follow and be productive. Continue reading “Sundays – When I Plan My Week”
If you want to claim you’re building it with no help, yet behind closed doors you’ve hired help…
But you’re cutting yourself short of really reaching the success you want before you even get started. You’re not fully utilizing the help you’ve hired because you don’t want anyone to know. You want them to think you’ve got it all figured out.
Continue reading “Ego”
In the Get Shit Done Group we had a conversation about Home and Relationships.
We talked about what kind of person we wanted to be for the people we love. What kind of person we were bringing to the table in our business relationships.
Have you ever thought about that? Continue reading “Home and Relationships”
Running businesses you will always run into people that just don’t work. And what I mean by that is, they don’t do their job. They are full of excuses, they don’t meet deadlines, and something tragic or life altering is always happening that stops them from accomplishing the thing they’ve told you they understand and are ready to take on.
And then…they don’t. Again. Continue reading “Leaders and Teams”