“The truth is that our focus and clarity is so much better when we’re working on ONE thing. We’re able to come so much faster to the completion line when we’re working on one thing.”
— Julie Greenham
Do you spend more time in your business on administrative tasks than on bringing your vision to life and creating impact for your clients?
This is the second in a series of episodes on productivity. Last week (episode #95), I talked about 3 techniques that you can implement right now to boost your productivity sustainably, without exhaustion or overwhelm — if you haven’t heard that episode, I recommend that you go back and listen!
This week, I share two more sustainable, healthy productivity-elevating techniques that will make a MAJOR difference in the way that you run your business!
Integrating automation into your business is one of the best ways to ensure that the time you spend working in AND on your business delivers the highest amount of value. If you’re spending your time rewriting emails that should be templates, or manually posting to social media when you could be using a scheduler, then those tasks are taking your energy away from the activities that truly move the needle in your business!
I promise you this: your skills and time are far too valuable to devote to repetitive administrative tasks.
Press play to learn how to let go of the activities that are holding you back from taking your business to the next level — and why investing in technology is a long-term money-saver.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
01:17 Streamlining your email
02:02 Automating rates, scheduling & payments
03:10 Why (and how) you should invest in technology
04:34 Tighten your focus
05:56 Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
06:55 Create processes
07:50 Coaching on-the-go
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
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