For most entrepreneurs, there aren’t enough hours during the week to get everything we’d like to do completed.
Therefore, working on weekends to finish tasks or get a head start for the following week is almost mandatory, especially if you’re a work-from-home entrepreneur.
While there are benefits for working on weekends, it is not a habit that is sustainable over the long term, and if given the choice, most entrepreneurs would prefer to have time away from their work, especially on weekends.
In today’s ever-changing and rapidly progressing world, it’s not uncommon for us to have multiple priorities…at the same time.
Whether it’s in our professional or personal lives, there are many inputs or distractions coming at us at any given time.
Unless we have a method for filtering what is or isn’t important, it can be very easy to get frustrated, overwhelmed or even disillusioned with what we are doing.
How, then, do we find the time to spend on those things that we deem to be important to us? Whether it is spending time with our family, going to the gym or doing some form of physical activity, completing a project that will add additional revenue to our business or even attending social events, what can we do to make the time for these things?
On my birthday in 2013, I decided to start journaling daily. I had heard and been told for years about the importance of journaling each day.
The late Jim Rohn once said, “It is challenging to be a student of your own life, your own future, your own destiny. Don’t trust your memory. When you listen to something valuable, write it down. When you come across something important, write it down. Take the time to keep notes and to keep a journal.”
This week, I launched my latest book, Transition from Manager to Coach: How to Lead, Motivate and Inspire Others to Maximise Performance and was able to reach #1 on three different bestseller lists on Amazon.
Now that I’ve had a couple of days to reflect back on the launch, I thought it might be valuable to share what I learned as it may help other authors who also want to launch their books.
Today, I am launching my new book, Transition from Manager to Coach: How to Lead, Motivate and Inspire Others to Maximise Performance in Kindle format on Amazon.
To celebrate, let me share five reasons to buy the book during the launch period, which ends on Wednesday, February 12th.
I’d like to take this opportunity and wish all my friends, family, colleagues and readers a very Happy New Year!
Thanks for all your support in 2013! I look forward to staying connected throughout 2014 and beyond.
I truly hope 2014 is your best year ever!
With only a few days left this year, it will be beneficial to reflect back on your highlights of the year.
In previous posts, I wrote about the benefits of reviewing your year and how to review your year.
In this post, I’d like to share a couple of my highlights from 2013 that I’m proud of.