Yesterday’s post was about a leader trying to figure out his new schedule. 7am-7pm is not sustainable.

Last night in the mastermind I was hearing some similar things.

“Just because I can do something, doesn’t mean I should.”

This leader gets it.

The idea here is about priorities and delegation.

Right now everything feels urgent. The trap is that a leader thinks she needs to do it all.

Now is the time to lean into community, ask others for help, and delegate.

Top leaders know there are really only a few things that only they can do. Sure, they can do a lot of things really well, but there is only a handful of tasks that demands their touch.

This is the difference between your Zone of Excellence and your Zone of Genius.

The productivity sprint starts next week and is a great place to connect with other high-level leaders, identify your Big Rocks, and follow a system that will help you get more done in less time.

“You don’t rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”

-James Clear

A funny thing happens when you get clear on your priorities. You get more valuable work done in less time. You don’t have to work consecutive 12-hour days. We’ll show you this exact system in the sprint and if you join today you’ll save on registration.

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