Yesterday’s post was about a leader trying to figure out his new schedule. 7am-7pm is not sustainable.

Last night in the mastermind I was hearing some similar things.

“Just because I can do something, doesn’t mean I should.”

This leader gets it.

It's time to let go

Read my latest best-selling book!

Learn why the ABCs of powerful professional development® work – Grow your skills by integrating more Authenticity, Belonging, and Challenge into your life and leadership.


The idea here is about priorities and delegation.

Right now everything feels urgent. The trap is that a leader thinks she needs to do it all.

Now is the time to lean into community, ask others for help, and delegate.

Top leaders know there are really only a few things that only they can do. Sure, they can do a lot of things really well, but there is only a handful of tasks that demands their touch.

This is the difference between your Zone of Excellence and your Zone of Genius.

The productivity sprint starts next week and is a great place to connect with other high-level leaders, identify your Big Rocks, and follow a system that will help you get more done in less time.

“You don’t rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”

-James Clear

A funny thing happens when you get clear on your priorities. You get more valuable work done in less time. You don’t have to work consecutive 12-hour days. We’ll show you this exact system in the sprint and if you join today you’ll save on registration.

(Visited 160 times, 1 visits today)