In a world that’s driven by productivity, it’s easy to forget to relax or in some cases even feel guilty when you do, but when you realise that consistent rest is directly linked to consistent results, you’ll start seeing the value in allowing yourself time to wind down.
How did we create such a level of interest in our products and services that we’ve made well over $10 million in the last 18 months just from Facebook alone? There’s one very important theme to our success that I’m going to share with you…it’s called the art of giving.
It’s not rocket science to remove toxic energy or people from your life, but people make it a lot more difficult than it needs to be. First things first, you need to ask yourself what the impact is of allowing toxic people to stay in your life in the first place?
There is very little value in creativity. The real value comes from the ability to execute on your creative ideas and turn them into something very practical.
The quality of your relationships with your talent will be in direct proportion of their willingness to go above and beyond for the mission. If you don’t maintain and strengthen the bonds you have with the people who bust their balls for you, you will lose in business.
It’s easy to think you’ve got to a stage where you’ve got all the skills you’ll ever need but that should never allow you to relax to the point where you think you’ve learnt everything.
Most business owners get into business to have more freedom…what a joke! Most business owners end up working more hours than ever before and some even get paid less than they did when they were working for someone else. But creating freedom in your business is possible, and it all starts with these three steps…
People that just make themselves busy for no real point other than just being busy.
This peak performance productivity tip is seriously powerful – it’s called Touch It Once. I had to develop this concept because I was one of those people who let their inbox explode and overflow. But now I have a system that saves me time, energy and a lot more head space.
I have a bit of a short cut for when I’m working on a big project or am knees-deep in a creative process, it’s something I call the 90/10 rule. And this little hack has the power to take your efficiency to the next level.