It’s a Monday morning, a fresh new week ahead and you feel inspired and determined to finally cross those really important things off your list and keep those commitments to yourself.
- Writing that newsletter
- Finding a bookkeeper
- Going to bed on time
- Doing your morning meditation
- Keeping that date, night
Then the weekend arrives…
You feel tired, frustrated and disappointed because somewhere along the way life happened, you lost your focus, time slipped through your fingers and somehow those most important items are still on your list.
Then Monday rolls around again and with another chip out of your self confidence, you try again.
It’s a brutal cycle.
There are several reasons why we struggle to get the things that matter the most done.
Here are just a few…
- Lack of clarity on what are the most important things to focus on
- Underestimating how long things actually take
- Limiting stories and habits that stop you from moving into action
- Over commitment and lack of support
- Overwhelm and anxiety
So, please take heart if you’re struggling because there are good reasons for it.
And one of the biggest reasons is that we never take the time to really understand where our most precious resource – our time is going and craft what I call Your CEO Schedule.
Crafting Your CEO Schedule is not a one and done deal. It’s a method, an ongoing practice and skill that you hone over time.
When you craft Your CEO Schedule, you lay the foundation for your success by having a framework to return to that supports you to spend your time, focus and energy on your real priorities while navigating the twists and turns.
Your CEO Schedule is designed specifically to support YOU… The structure is based on your highest priorities, responsibilities, energy cycles, business model and your lifestyle.
There’s also a very unique lens that you can craft Your CEO Schedule that will propel you into changing habits, showing up, taking action and making changes much faster and easier.
Closing the gap between where you are now and where you want to be requires you that you spend your time building your dream not wasting it watching someone else’s unfold on Instagram.