The Myth of Too Little Time
The #1 complaint I hear from women is that they don’t have enough time. They WANT to exercise, spend time with friends, grow their business, chase that elusive goal, or even just relax…but all of their time is spent navigating the obligations of daily life and taking care of the needs of others.
I GET IT, I really do.
And I also see the other side of it…and some ways to move out of the “busyness” cycle and into a space where you can have more control of your time…and create a way to have more time in your day for what matters.
Here are a few steps to get you started!
1. Take an inventory of how you spend your time:
Include ALL of your time, not just the
Be honest in your inventory, even if it
stings a bit.
(Yes, this means that if you are
shocked, in disbelief, or think it’s just
a fluke or one-off when you discover
you spend an hour scrolling
Facebook in 5-minute increments
throughout the day, you still need to
include it on your list!)
2. Categorize your activities:
- Tasks that must be done that only I
- Tasks that I can delegate to
- Tasks I can eliminate or skip
- Tasks I’m not sure about
3. Take action on your list above.
- 86 tasks that aren’t needed.
- Reach out to the right people to
delegate what you can.
- Schedule your “I must do” tasks on
Need help figuring it all out? Respond back, and let’s chat!