Free Up Your Time By Outsourcing

July 26, 2020




First, I want you to write down 3 separate lists. And I mean write. Not type. You’ll see why in a bit.

  1. What is EVERY SINGLE THING you need to do to keep your businesses afloat? I mean everything. Big things like hosting presentations or calling clients, to small things like paying bills and scanning paperwork. Clearly write it down on a list. This might take you a while, but I really want you to focus and try to write every single thing down.
  2. Of #1 list, what are the things you NEED to do? Be deliberate with this: will there will be a direct negative impact if you DON’T do it?

    1. Everything on this list we’re going to make sure you days are set up to accomplish these. Everything else, you should consider hiring a VA to complete for you.
  3. Of #2 list, we’re going to time block your days to accomplish those tasks and count our days in terms of micro-commitments.

What you’re trying to do is set up a system where you use your time for the best purpose and eliminate filler. As we mentioned, there’s no reason for you to waste your time on menial tasks if someone else can do it better. You need to focus your time on meaningful tasks to propel your side hustle/goals/dreams forward.

By clearly writing down every single thing you do, you’re essentially breaking down your business into manageable chunks. And the act of writing it forces you to slow down to really register it into your brain. It’s very easy for witty people to have countless thoughts at all times, so slowing it down a little can be beneficial. For example, it stops being about ‘man I need to make that sale’ and more into ‘I’m gaining momentum, and I know I’m going in the right direction.’

By batching our lives into smaller, more manageable chunks, we aren’t nearly as discouraged when things don’t happen the way we want them to. It starts with the right mentality and picks up momentum from that pivotal point.

Tldr: make a list of everything you do and boil it down to everything you NEED to do + time batch, set manageable goals and learn to celebrate small achievements to build momentum

Post by Kelly

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