Some of the most successful people I know are lazy (kind of).
See, there are two kinds of lazy.
There’s the kind that gets absolutely nothing done and the kind that gets more done in a week than most do in a year.
And there are people who get a lot done but they get the wrong things done.
Getting things done is not the goal.
Getting the right things done is.
Being lazy is great if you can get the right things done… by others.
…And getting the wrong things done is a waste of time, money, and spirit.
It really isn’t about being lazy or not.
What matters is getting the right things done and maximizing talents and resources (both yours and others’).
How YOU spend your time is also important.
“Saving money” by doing things yourself is oftentimes more costly.
Be thoughtful how you spend your time, who does what, and what gets done.
Action doesn’t equal productivity.
Nor does being “busy” or “going to the office”.
All that matters are results.
Question how you spend your time.
Can you get the same done in less time?
Can you do more with the time that you do spend on your practice?
Is what you are doing necessary?
Are you having to prove, convince, defend, or sell too hard?
TIP: Always strive to make the biggest impact or improvement with less.
Here are some examples….
The right market
The right message
The right name
The right product
The right price point
The right people
The right experience
The right expectations
Nine times out of ten, a lack of both accurate thinking and execution is what’s holding you back.
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