We’re always under tight deadlines because time is our most valuable and precious asset - we all get the same time in a day, and, ultimately we don’t know how much time we get.
What is the structure you need to create the progress you want? What are the missing structural components required to produce consistent execution of your top priorities?
When you look at your life and your business, where are the opportunities for you to tighten up the structure, processes, and efficiency of what gets done?
Where is the structure of your calendar slipping that is preventing you from taking consistent action on your top priorities?
The problem is that most of us can’t stand structure, which is one of the reasons we started our businesses in the first place. We wanted the freedom to do what we want when we want, right? However, freedom … just like entrepreneurial success has a price —discipline, sacrifice, and structure.
Being in business is tough. And without structure, it is much tougher than it needs to be and definitely less rewarding than what is possible.
If you find that you're not making as much progress as you'd like, it may be time to take a look at your own structure and see where there is room for improvement. By fine-tuning the way you operate, you can free up valuable time that can be used to focus on your top priorities.
What areas of your life or business could benefit from improved structure?
Here’s a simple reminder — Life lived for tomorrow will always be just a day away from being realized.