“How are you?”“Busy”That used to be my stock answer.
It made me feel important, needed, productive, valuable.
As Mr Ferriss points out, “It’s very easy to confuse activity with productivity,”
“The default mode of Type-A entrepreneurs is to do more — whatever it happens to be, do more,” Ferriss says. “If I have a problem, do more. If I am feeling stressed out, do more.”
“If you don’t feel like you have time, you don’t have priorities”
and thats the crux of it.
When someone looks at my calendar they see busyness.
I see priorities.
Getting my son ready and taking him to school everyday.
Dinner with the family (we sit at the table every night – me and my old fashioned values..)
and the students in my program find there are transformations in their business and their lives.
They spend more time doing things they know are productive and less time doing the busy work masquerading as productivity.
“I dont have time” is eliminated from your vocabulary.
My calendar is only open for 13 more days. Then it’s closed and my priority is helping my students get momentum to have a record breaking 2017.
Make it your priority to speak to me.