The #1 Excuse Used Across the World That Stops Dreams Dead In Their Tracks

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Happy Monday, HB!

Last month, much to my surprise and delight, Beyoncé released “Homecoming,” a documentary sharing the preparation that went into her epic performance at Coachella. There were so many things that I took from this inside look into her world (so many that I may do a blog post dedicated to the topic in the future), but one thing that really stuck out to me is how aligned Beyoncé is with her priorities. She knows what she wants and she has completely aligned her life and time management to the people and things that mean the most to her.

Which brings me to the #1 excuse used across the world that stops dreams dead in their tracks.

“I don’t have enough time.”

The excuse that has robbed the entire world of brilliance for centuries. The reason that has stopped people from doing something beneficial to themselves and to mankind. The rationale that keeps us stuck and unhappy.

I get it, HB.

You are a one person powerhouse. You are running your household, your department and your side hustle. You often wonder how you’re going to do it all and somehow you manage to get it all done. I see your struggle and I honor your effort. You are inspirational in your own right.

Yet how much of the stuff that you’re doing is really in alignment with what’s truly important to you (aka your true priorities)?

In today’s blog post, I share my three step process for transforming your relationship with your priorities and creating much needed time in your schedule to focus on those priorities. I also include a free workbook that you can use to work thru my three step process.

I truly believe that you are here to do great things, both big and small. The way you manage your time and the items on your to-do list should reflect the life you’re trying to create and what’s truly important to you.

I hope that you’ll remember that each time you say NO to something that isn’t really a priority to you, you are really saying YES to yourself. I pray that you’ll say YES to you more often.

Now it’s your turn. Read today’s blog post, download your transcript and your workbook. Don’t forget to leave a comment with your greatest takeaway.

I’m cheering for you. Like you’re twirling your baton all over the Coachella stage.