Someone I Love Was Counting On Me

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Solo-E Certified Solo Entrepreneur Expert

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Ever feel guilty when you decide to take some time off?

Have you ever noticed that being present for what’s important to you (and even remembering what’s important to you) can be hard?

A few weeks ago my niece was visiting.

During her visit, she had an invitation to an event at the Facebook office in New York. In order to go, though, she needed a parent to come with her.

And she told me about it the day before the event.

Which meant — if I decided to go with her, I would have to leave the office at 2:30 pm.

On a workday.

While I’m in the middle of running 3 programs, prepping a new webinar + launching a live event.

It would’ve been easy not to go at all (I’m not her parent).

Or to go and be worried about work the whole time.

Or meet her at 3:30, then rush back to the office to get in some more work.

So what did I do?

I ended up going and being fully present with her at the event. Then I took the rest of the day off, and had a fun adventure with her around the city.

No guilt. No distraction. No worrying about work.

A few years ago, though, that would’ve been really hard for me to do.

But I’ve created a 3-step process to make decisions without guilt and distraction.

And I’m going to share that process with you on my upcoming webinar…

The 7-Day Profit Solution:

The Entrepreneur’s Rinse-n-Repeat Guide to

Planning the Most Profitable – and FUN – Week Ever

Save your FREE spot here.

In this FREE webinar, you’ll discover…

  • The 2 activities you should put into your schedule every day that keep new ideas (and money) rolling in.
  • The 4-Step Process to Eliminate Overwhelm + my favorite planning tools (of both the digital AND old school pen n’ paper varieties).
  • The #1 secret to organize your week, so you get stuff done + make more money – without burning out.

At the start of 2016, I felt like I had a lot of demands on me.

Friends… family… work… all asking for my time and attention.

By using my own tools and systems for planning and decision-making, though, I’ve been able to enjoy ALL of it.

My process for making decisions has been especially helpful.

It helped me to face one of my biggest fears this year.

It helped us increase our profits by 30%.

And it allowed me to take an entire afternoon + evening off to spend with my niece.

Later, she told me that what we ended up doing that day was the highlight of her week.

I’ll tell you more about how I made that guilt-free decision (and the adventures we had around the city!) on the webinar.

Join us by saving your FREE seat here.

Hope to “see” you there!

 

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