Summary of Discussion Topics:
- Setting the appropriate mindset needed to actually enjoy the rewards of being an entrepreneur.
- How not to always feel like you have things “to do”, and end up feeling guilty taking time for yourself.
- Setting realistic goals and outlining what’s most important for your personal life and modelling your business around these goals.
- What the “lie of temporary” means for you and your business.
- Breaking free from the negative habits you may not know you are forming.
- Being busy doesn’t mean you are being productive.
- How you cannot afford not to have/make time for creative shoots and personal products.
- Enjoying the luxury of being an entrepreneur.
- Being proactive and intentionally scheduling time for doing the things that you love.
- Small changes which make a huge impact on how you spend your time.
Rob’s Recipe for “Me” Time:
1. Write down 10 things that you love to do
2. At the top of this chart mark down from left to right
- is this something you can do by yourself or with someone else?
- Is there a cost involved or can you do this for free?
- Is it risk-free or is there an element of risk involved?
3. Is there anything that you can do on your own, at no cost, with no risk? Schedule this right away in your calendar. Is there anything you can do with two people, costs you nothing, no risk? Schedule it next. What about something which costs minimal which you can do by yourself or with other people? Schedule this next. Etc. Etc.
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