Time With Intention
Being a business owner often means you are constantly throwing things at the wall and seeing what sticks.
The longer you are in business, the more patterns you can see and less stuff ya need to throw at the wall.
But when it comes down to it, there is very little resting as a business owner. There are always marketing tactics to keep on, new tech to implement, hiring or firing to be done, and the next mountain to climb. You are often pulled in a million different directions.
I have worked with a lot of high-performing business owners. They want to do it all. Their energy always inspires and motivates me to reach their goals and achieve the vision they have for their business.
However - there is a double edge to this mighty sword. Sometimes in an offer to "do it all", business owners forget to do things with intention.
This causes them to:
commit to more things than they physically have time for.
spend money on things that won't give them a great ROI (return on investment).
We can easily forget to take a step back and evaluate the big picture. It is important to ask yourself:
What projects will help my business achieve its big goals?
Which projects do we need to tackle right now and which can wait?
What is going on in my industry that I need to be aware of?
Does my current team match the needs of my business?
Do my current systems efficiently serve my team, my clients, and my business?