You’re incredibly talented.
You’re incredibly capable.
You’ve got a lot of skills.
But here’s the problem with someone like you who can do a lot of things: You tend to do too much.
Am I right?
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, or like you don’t have enough time, or exhausted (or all three), there’s a 99.9% chance that you’re doing too much. (Or that you just had a baby.)
That’s where identifying what the highest and best use of your time is and then devoting yourself to it comes in.
This week’s video will guide you with 3 simple questions to ask to determine precisely what the highest and best use of your time is, and you’ll also find out precisely how to know when you’re doing something that’s not the highest and best use of your time.
Click below to learn how to amp up your effectiveness while relieving stress immediately.
If you’re not getting the results you want in your life or business and you feel like you’re run ragged, you need to devote yourself to the highest and best use of your time.
After you watch the video, leave a comment and let me know what the highest and best use of your time is. I can’t wait to witness you claiming it!
If you’ve got a friend who needs this message, forward this along to her.
When we begin to invest our time in ways where we’re our most effective, we become our most powerful. And that, my friend, is what the world needs most right now.
P.S. You have one more week to pre-order your copy of Do Less: A Revolutionary Approach to Time and Energy Management for Busy Moms and get a complimentary seat in the course I’m leading live – the Do Less Immersion ($297 Value) – plus 2 recorded workshops and 2 Maven Masterclasses. Click here to pre-order.