Let’s talk about how you use your time in your business.
If you’re like most people I work with, you often disagree with yourself about how you should be spending your time.
And you’re right to disagree with yourself!
Because if you aren’t consistently finishing valuable projects in your business in a way that you like, it means that your time is misaligned.
In fact, you’re likely spending up to 70% of your time on actions that do not produce the actual results you care about.
- Getting distracted
- Under-planning (winging it) or over-planning (nitpicking and adjusting your plan)
- Obsessively engaging in perfectionistic habits—like tweaking, over-researching, and editing—past the point of diminishing returns
- Allowing yourself to go down rabbit holes
- Making things way too complicated or elaborate, in the name of “value”
- Questioning what to do next
- Spinning out emotionally
- Worrying about the right decision, so you end up in analysis paralysis
- Trying to talk yourself into doing hard things, instead of making it easy on yourself
- “Helping” your stakeholders too much, in ways that create more work for you
- Trying to manage things that are out of your control
How much time per week do you spend doing all of these actions, collectively?
If you don’t like your answer, it means you’re in the right place!
Most business owners tell me they waste a minimum of 10 hours per week, and up to 25 hours per week.
Concerns about time will hold you back from joining the next round of Half-Finished to Done, LIVE, but the program is specifically designed to give you more time—which creates a Catch-22.
The good news: The program only requires 3 hours per week but will give you back hundreds of hours over the next year.
So let’s hop on a consult with me and talk through your time hesitations. I’ll tell you how exactly how I’ll help you reclaim the time you’re currently wasting. If it feels doable and valuable, you enroll and we get to work!
Click here to book your 45-minute, 1:1 consult with me.
“I’ve made a huge amount of progress, which has resulted in a better work product, produced in less time and in a much better emotional state, and more rest and relaxation once I’m done with work. (Yay!)”