Are you clear on what you should be spending your time on in your business?
And more importantly, what you *shouldn’t* be doing anymore?
At our Mentorship Retreat back in May, I had everyone do a really simple exercise – create a Yes List.
To do so is simple:
- Grab a big sheet of paper – preferably something you can hang on the wall in your office – and a Sharpie.
- Write down all the things that only you can do in your business (and that you enjoy!). This could include things like: marketing activites, following up with a potential client, writing an ezine article, planning out a project, calling someone as a JV, spending some time brainstorming new ideas, etc.
[Keep in mind that you want to focus on those things that are the fastest path to money]
- Do only those things!
Once you have your Yes List then throughout the day you simply ask yourself:
“Is this something on my Yes List?”
If yes, do it… and if not, you need to pass it on to someone else.
The gals who did this exercise back in May have reported that it literally changed their business. In a span of a few short months, they went from “doing everything and on the edge of burnout” to “doing the stuff that matters, that they love and pays well.”
Imagine your life if you only did the stuff on your Yes List?
I’d love to hear what’s on your list, please share, k?