Be Intentional With Your Time

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Be Intentional With Your Time

A small business owner I am coaching recently asked me this:

“Matt, how are you so successful, and how do you get so much done in a day? It seems like you have 127 hours in a day, and I only have 24.”

Here was my response to him and my challenge to you.

I only have 24 hours in a day just like you. Be intentional with your time. Make it count. Focus on what matters NOW.

Instead of making and carrying around a daunting TO DO list, schedule times to complete tasks.

Determine what the most important task is that will drive your life, business, and leadership forward RIGHT NOW. Then, wake up early and complete that task before the sun rises and the distractions of the day may begin.

Once that task is complete, take care of the next, and the next and the next.

Make sure the task you are completing is one that you should be completing and not one that could and should be delegated to your team.

In order to determine what this task is, consider your MVP, that is your “Most Valuable Proposition” you bring to your life, business and leadership.

What is that the ultimate value that you bring to the table, that makes you and your company unique, that brings the most return, that has the most impact. Do that and ONLY that.

Hire a team to do the other things that your business needs, but that distract you from your MVP.

Do this consistently day after day after day, and you will win.

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