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.
Two words – prioritise and plan. That’s the key to remaining focused in your business when the world around you might appear to be falling down.
I’m constantly swamped with business owners telling me they’re tired, burnt out and have nothing left in the tank. Burnout is serious, and to avoid getting knocked down you have to focus on one very important factor.
If there’s one skill that I’ve learnt that has made me incredibly persuasive as a salesperson, it’s my ability to walk away.
Your hormones are at their highest during that time of the morning but also, you have the least amount of distraction.
You’re in start up phase? A startup has to do an enormous level of work in order to get to a level where they have some sustainability and can back off.
I’m not a motivational speaker, I do not see myself as a motivational speaker. I see myself as someone who has a duty of care as an educator in the business space to share the message of truth.
Business has to be a way of life, otherwise it is painful, because you end up going up and down, up and down, up and down. Make good habits permanent.
Playing below the line means you’re addicted to activity. A symptom of this is someone who’s always busy. Having no time is a sign of bad planning.