“I’m sure I’m forgetting something…” This is what a dear friend and client said to me on a call recently. We were discussing the anxiety she feels now that her new systems are working smoothly and efficiently. She’s streamlined her onboarding process to the point that it makes her feel a bit anxious – because it only takes a few minutes. Here’s how you can avoid these mindset traps…
In this article we identify the systems you need to support you as you achieve success on your own terms.
In the middle of the busy days, client calls, and never ending task list, there’s something you need to consider. Something that’s just a bit too big to ignore. Just exactly what role do you want to play in your business…and how can you design a business that supports the work you really want to do?
Remember that time you decided you were going to start checking your email only twice a day?
Maybe you kept it up for a week and then were back to checking your inbox in long lines at the grocery store, during your pedicure, and between commercials during Scandal.
It’s not just you. When we decide to make a change or create a habit, it’s more likely that they’ll revert back to old routines instead of making sustainable change in the long run.
So how can you create habits that permanently stick?
Try taking these three steps to start creating change that lasts.