How to Stop Wasting Time and Be More Productive

How many times have you reached the end of your day and felt disappointed by all the things that didn’t get done?

The blog that didn’t get written.

The email that didn’t get sent.

The business plan that didn’t get created.

With everything that’s going on in your business and your life, it’s natural that your TO DO list doesn’t have as many things crossed off as you’d like.

You’re not alone in feeling like a victim of time.

What I know is fancy planners and slick apps will only get you so far.  Until you do this one thing … they’re not going to make much difference in the long term.

In this video, I’ll share with you a powerful mindset shift that will give you the energy to rise above the time sucking grind and accomplish your high priority tasks.

Having spent years immersed in time management techniques and tools, this one will truly rock your world!

The reality is you have the same 1,440 minutes as I do.

The difference comes down to this …

How you think about time directly affects how much you accomplish each day.

There are two perspectives to how you view your time.

From a scarcity mindset or an abundance mindset.

Scarcity Sucks

When you approach your time with a scarcity mindset, you feel anxious, a victim and angry that you couldn’t get enough done in your day.

When you’re in scarcity, things spin, procrastination sets in and distractions run rampant.

Abundance Achieves

When you approach your time with an abundance mindset, your day opens up.

You believe there’s enough room for you to get your work done, you feel empowered and in control.

Your energy rises … and your productivity is boosted.

Being in abundance allows you to be laser focused and energized to accomplish your important work.

And at the end of the day … you bask in the glow of all that you’ve achieved.

How will you work today?

I invite you to make this tweak to how you view your time.

Will you work in scarcity or abundance?

Pay close attention to how it affects your energy and how much you get done.