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Did you get that hit in the gut when you read that good ole title up there? I kind of wish the word ‘should’ could be deleted out of the English language. It has so much ickiness all around it. This one word piles on guilt, a sense of unworthiness and failure.

I am on the home stretch of an amazing week. I started with Mark LeBlanc’s Achievers Circle and ended it with dōTERRA’s Leadership Conference. All super high achieving individuals in each room and a lot of ‘shoulds.’

» I should be speaking on bigger stages but…

» My business should be farther along but…

» I should be at a higher rank but…

» I probably should be blogging but…

Oh my goodness STOP.

People get this feeling that they are doing it all wrong, setting goals too high and burning out. Are you these people?

I will be honest, I have ‘should’ on myself too. It got me nowhere. You know what did? Setting an achievable goal, taking action every day and loving where I am at.

What ‘should’ are you getting rid of?

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They say that a person with goals makes every minute count. Do you have goals? Are you making the most of every minute? I know as a business owner this is very important, but yet I find myself wasting precious minutes everyday. Below I have listed a few pointers that have helped me:

  • Write a new to-do list everyday.
    • Write your tasks down in the order you think of them, usually the first ones to come to your mind are the ones that you are most likely putting off and they are only adding stress to your already busy day.
    • Break down large tasks into smaller 15 minute increments.

    Continue reading Do you make every minute count?

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