If you’re like most entrepreneurs, feeling overwhelmed is a frequent state of mind for you.
So when my son suggested reading “Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals”, I was intrigued.
Here are my favorite insights from it so far:
- Tasks continue to appear on our list. The faster we complete them, the faster they appear.
- It makes no sense to feel overwhelmed with a long todo list. You’ll do what you can.
- The key to psychological freedom is to let go of the fantasy of getting it all done.
- Fomo (fear of missing out) makes our choices meaningful.
- The more efficient you get, the more you become “a limitless reservoir for other people’s expectations” (Jim Benson, time management expert).
I LOVE the last one!!
We all chase efficiency and productivity, so we can get more done.
But achieving productivity does not solve the challenge of busyness. It doesn’t create more peace of mind.
I’ll continue sharing my insights as I keep reading the book.
Milana Leshinsky is the author of “Coaching Millions” and “Simplicity Entrepreneurship” and the originator of telesummit. She is also the creator of Coaching Genie, a coaching platform that allows you to deliver coaching programs and scale your business with simplicity. She’s passionate about helping coaches, authors, and speakers leverage their expertise through creating programs and overcoming fear of technology. Milana came to the US as a music teacher from Ukraine almost 30 years ago. When she’s not working on her business, Milana writes music and enjoys Latin ballroom dancing. To learn more, visit Milana’s website at https://CoachingGenie.com