10 things I quit in my business to 10x profits.

10 things I quit in my business to 10x profits.

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Hello, welcome back. I'm going to dive into  the 10 things I have quit in my business   to make more money, but not just that. To  also be happier, to feel way more at peace   and to really enjoy my business and my life. I  am a former busybody and I used to pride myself  

on being the busiest person that I knew. It took  a very severe burnout in 2017, I've shared before,   that landed me in the hospital to realize that,  that was no way to live my life and that is not   what success looks like. It's  the polar opposite of success.   So we're going to get into it if you're excited  about this. I very much so am, because this is   very personal to me and a lot of I've never  actually shared. I'm kind of nervous to share   some of these things because they go against a lot  of what's out there and honestly might be a little   hard to understand. I think the only reason I feel  confident in saying all these things is because  

I haven't been doing them for a while and it's  been proven to work and to make a bigger impact   by cutting them out, as well as growing my  business and my income at the same time. So   if you're excited, hit the like button. It's a  little thing you can do to help me reach more   people in the algorithm because the whole purpose  of this channel is to make entrepreneurship   available to everyone. If you want to subscribe,  you can subscribe for new videos every single   week. I try to make them as jam packed  as possible. If you know, you know.   Let's get into it. First and foremost, there's  a book that I highly recommend that really   was a game changer for me, and you may have  heard of it. It's called Essentialism. This  

really is the most practical guide to doing less  and why it's so important. A quick little anecdote   from this book that really changed my thought  process was the word priority is derived from   a Greek word. It means the one, but we have  taken that word and destroyed it and turned   it into priorities. There's never been a  reason to have more than one priority, but   we have created this busy culture that thinks  we got to have 19 things to do on a daily basis.   So it helped me kind of understand, okay, if I  can just focus on one thing and keep that as my   top priority and really audit a daily, weekly,  monthly, quarterly basis, what's unnecessary,   it's going to make things so much more efficient.  It's so much more impactful and really serve the   greater purpose that I'm here to serve and  to create the legacy that I want to create   with my business, which I talk about often. So understanding that concept was really key  

and that's why I wanted to share that with  you. Another little quote from this, which I   just think is so important is, "If everything is  your priority, then nothing is your priority." I   have said something along those lines before  often on this channel. Try to do everything,   you're really doing nothing. If you try to serve  everyone, you're really serving nobody. So it's   counterintuitive because we think that the more  people we reach, the more things that we do,   the more success we're going to have. But  it's actually the opposite in terms of  

doing less, focusing more, being more intentional  and doubling down on the things that are working   instead of trying to diversify your attention on  everything. That's what leads to real success.   So without further due, let's get into the  10 things I quit in my business to make more   money and to be a way happier person. Number one,  growing my social media audience. When I was first   getting started in my business, I felt like the  number one thing I had to do was I had to have an   audience. This was after working in social media  behind the scenes for years, not having brand   and still getting consistent clients. But for  some strange reason, the minute you hop into the   online space, you feel this pressure to grow,  grow, grow. I know I've mentioned this before,  

but when you really do the math of the purpose  behind what you're doing on social media...   So for me, I'm on social media to impact my  ideal client, customer and viewer. Subscriber,   follower, whoever that may be, I don't need  to reach everyone. In fact, reaching everyone   can oftentimes work against you or against me,  because then you have people on your channel who   maybe are interested in one thing you talk about,  but they're not really there for you. They're not   invested in what you're talking about, and they  really don't care about your bigger purpose. So   it took me a while to learn this, but I am  very, very focused on quality over quantity   when it comes to my audience and my community. When you break down the math and the numbers,  

I have an audience of just under a million  across all platforms. I have 2300 clients   in the one program that we have. So when you  look at that, there's just no way that I need   an audience that is that big. I am grateful, but  a lot of the audience growth that has happened   for me happened out of a lot of experimentation,  testing, trying things. And a lot of those things  

are not things that I talk about anymore or am  really interested in anymore. This is why that   lesson is so important for me to relay to you. Before you get started on social media,   being clear on your intent is vitally important  because it's going to build the right audience   and not this random audience that probably will  lose interest eventually. That's just the cold   hard truth. But if you create content  that's super aligned with their values,   what they're interested in and what you are going  to be interested in creating your legacy around,   you're never going to get sick of it and your  audience is always going to be interested.  

This also goes hand in hand with paid advertising.  So once I had a proven offer, and a proven   business model, and social proof and credibility,  I started investing in paid ads. Recently we have   drastically reduced the amount that we're  putting into paid advertising, because paid   advertising oftentimes is growing our audience  in hopes of reaching more potential clients to   become a part of your offer, business, et cetera.  We just realized we just don't need to be pouring   that much money into a paid traffic. So we have,  I mean, I want to say by 10 X reduced it and it's  

been incredible because it allows us to really  focus on the community that we already have built.   That goes along way and it has created even more  scalability and profitability in our business.   The big thing to remember is I often talk  about four daily priorities and those are   the only things I focus on every day. I  know that goes against what I said earlier,  

but really when I broke it down and when I read  this book, I realized it's just one priority,   because everything else I was doing was leading  back to the one. The one priority as a business   owner and entrepreneur is to generate sales.  The reason that's important is because   getting people to work with you is what is the  vehicle to allow you to create the impact that   you want to make, and it allows you to run  a business and serve at the highest level.  

Otherwise, you're essentially doing a hobby. So what I realized was okay, I'm able to put out   free content and that allows me to help a lot  of people. But in terms of my paid program,   I don't need to be working with everybody and  therefore I don't need to be focused on growing,   growing, growing. In addition to, I realized that  when I was in a cycle of trying to post everybody   on social media, and doing all the things and  trying all the platforms, it just diversified   my attention away from what really mattered, which  is that one priority of getting people in the door   to work with me so I can best serve them and help  them make the impact that they want to make.   The final thing I'll say about this piece  is a big thing that I did a few years ago   is I unfollowed everybody. I had some messages  from people being like, "Why would you do  

that? That's so rude." I really had to focus  on me and my intention and cut out the noise.   It was really beneficial to me and I don't really  follow anybody in this industry at this point. I   respect so many of my peers and I'm friends  with so many of my peers, but I found for me   that by following too many people in this online  space, it kept me in the loop and the cycle of   thinking I needed to grow and taking in too  much information when I knew what I had worked.   I trusted myself and trusting myself was a  big key to not feeling the need to feed my ego   and just try and rack up vanity  metrics. Hopefully that makes sense.  

Number two is posting random content on  the internet and trying to look cool.   That might sound really weird but when I look  back at some of my old content and my old brand,   if you want to call it that, I just am like who  am I trying to be and who am I trying to impress?   I don't understand. It's so not me. I think a lot  of the time in my early days as an entrepreneur,   I thought if I have the right brand, the right  logo, the right aesthetic, it'll matter. It   doesn't matter. I'll be very honest. My brand at  this point, if you look at it from an aesthetic   standpoint, my website's terrible. It's very  outdated. I don't really have an aesthetic   and I just don't care to look cool. I think I realized the more time I spent on that  

surface level stuff, the less of an impact  I was able to have. Also, it took away from   the thing that actually mattered, which  was clients and client results. It's just   not a top priority at this point and what's most  important for me is, I've mentioned this before,   I really have a structure and an intent behind  anything that I post online. The intent of   it is to provide value. That value that I  create and being very intentional and not   feeling the need to post all the time, but to  post what is necessary to support my ideal clients   and knowing who my ideal clients are and only  making content for them, and only making content   for my ideal viewer has allowed me to make way  less content, but make a much bigger impact with   each of those pieces of content. In terms of  helping people, supporting people. Then also in   terms of getting a return on much less content. So instead of posting five days a week,  

maybe I'll post once, if that. That one piece of  content will generate new leads and new clients   and help me serve more people. That was really  important and also understanding the structure   behind my content. I've shared this in the past,  I have something called the HOT Script Formula.  

Hook, outcome, and testimonial. So ensuring that  when I'm sharing value and I'm sharing content,   I'm hooking people and letting them know they're  in the right place and they're going to get what   they're looking for. Ensuring that by the  end of whatever piece of content I'm sharing,   whether it's YouTube video or an Instagram  post, they're going to know the answer that   they're seeking and they're going to solve the  problem that they're looking to solve because   that's what valuable content should do. I provide a bit of credibility to say, yeah,   I've been able to do this for thousands  of people. I've helped thousands of people   organically scale their online courses to  millions of dollars. I've been doing this for  

years and I've worked with thousands and thousands  and thousands of humans around the world. That   builds trust and that's a very simple, quick thing  to do in your content to not just post randomly,   not just throw up something for the sake of  throwing up something. If you think about all   the time that you spent trying to think of new  content ideas, and this goes for myself as well,   instead of focusing on the number one priority,  which is generating sales for your business,   and income for your business, and new clients  for your business, it might be out of alignment.  

It certainly was for me for a long time. So the  moment that I really got focused on creating   a content strategy that worked, which I  shared in last week's video, like I say,   you can check it out here and here. The less  time I spent on it, the more impactful it was.   Number three, undercharging and focusing too  much on information. So what I mean by this is I   am a bit of a bleeding heart and I want to help  everyone. I often hear this from people who want   to work with us in our program, et cetera. They're  like, "Well, I just want to serve everyone."  

I also hear this when people are talking through  their pricing and trying to figure out how to   price their offers. They're like, "Well, I  want to make it accessible to everybody."   But it actually does a disservice because  when you make a program accessible everybody,   you get people from all different stages of their  journey wanting in on that program and getting in   on that program. Then you're kind of having  to customize to each spot that they're at.   A really good offer is for one specific ideal  client at one specific place on their journey,   seeking one specific transformation. The  reason that's so important is because it allows   your client, if they're at that one specific  place, to hit the ground running, as soon as   they get into your program. To get their results  even faster. So I'm still able to serve everyone   through this. I make free content every single  week and I have been for years and years and  

years since 2015. That's crazy. That allows me to  support and serve a lot of people that may never   be able to actually be in my programs. But they're  able to still get the guidance and the mentorship   that they need. Then when they're ready, if and  when they're ready, they're able to move into the   program and then accelerate into the next level  of their growth. So you can still make a massive   impact by creating free content and reaching a lot  more people through that free content, but you can   create a lot more depth, and highly duplicatable  and impactful results through a paid program.  

So they can be complimentary to one another.  On top of that, I made the really tough choice   last year to stop enrolling into my YouTube For  Bosses program. It's now a part of the one program   that we have, which is our Authority Accelerator  Program, because my core focus was to be on   transformation. Of course, the people that we  served in YouTube For Bosses, they got incredible   transformations and we had so many amazing client  success stories and results throughout the years.   But our clients still have access to that  program. However, what I wanted to focus on was  

actually taking people from A to Z and building  an entire business, not just a YouTube channel.   Because I found that the best results were coming  from people who had the business to pair with the   YouTube channel. That's when I saw these explosive  results and people being able to scale and make   an impact beyond their wildest dreams. So I had to make the decision to focus on   transformation versus information, and to  really identify the value of the outcome   that I was providing. Our clients, because they're  generating in some cases, hundreds of thousands of   dollars a month, I knew that what I was providing  was super valuable and it allowed me to have the   trust in myself that it was worthy of that. It's  also allowed me to attract clients who are at the   right place on their journey, where they're going  to get the best results. It's also why we are very  

conscious of who we say yes to, because we don't  want to say yes to somebody who's not ready.   This sounds strange I know, but this has been a  huge piece of growth, even though it feels like   saying no would crush your business. When in  fact, knowing exactly who I serve and only   focusing on getting those people into the paid  programs, instead of trying to serve everyone   has created exponential growth across  all levels. It's given me the opportunity   to create even better client results. The fourth thing tags onto that, accepting  

everyone into my program. This was really hard  for me, but I can honestly say this after testing   all different kinds of things and all  different ways of enrolling people into   my programs. I will never have a program again  where I don't have an application involved in   that person being a part of the program. Because  it allows me to know if somebody is a fit or not   and if they're at a place where they're ready  for it. If they're not ready for it, that's okay.   We still continue to serve them, support them,  provide free content to them and resources. So  

we can get them to a place where they are ready,  but having done programs two different ways and   having a program where anybody could enroll, and  having a program that is application only for the   last three plus years, night and day. The biggest difference is in the quality   of our values and culture that we've built because  we know everybody's aligned in the same mission   and everyone's able to support each other from a  place of knowing exactly what everyone is going   through. Whereas when you have a program that's  open to everybody, everyone comes in at all these   different places with all these different needs,  it can lead to a lot of confusion and it can   actually work against you because we would often  find that some clients would be in other programs   and they wouldn't have actually done the work, but  they would be providing advice to other clients   that wasn't founded in actual methodology.  So it can be a little bit dangerous.   Never shared that before. I don't know  why it makes me nervous to share that, but  

I think it's just important to understand  that having a process to really   understand your ideal client and to ensure  that people are a fit before you serve them   is such a benefit to them and to you, and your  business, and your community and your legacy.   The next thing I quit is  hiring for things I don't need.   So something interesting happens when you start to  grow a business and you start to get some success.   There's a part of your brain that goes, I have to  make it more complicated. So I have had a very big  

team and now we have a very lean team, a very  small team, shockingly small team. Maybe I'll   make another video on that because I get asked  about it a lot. So if you want to know what my   team structure's like let me know. But having done  a lot of different iterations of my team, there   is a very simple rule I live by. Hiring people who  are aligned with my values and the company values,   which are really a reflection of me and ensuring  that if I hire somebody I would be happy to work   with them for the rest of my life. We call  them legacy hires and we call our clients   legacy clients because they're clients that we  want to work with for the rest of our lives.  

It's actually incredible. I love my clients and  I eerily know a lot about them. The other day I   was talking about when one of their birthdays was  and when another person's due date was for their   child. I'm like how I know all of this information  about our clients, I don't know. But it's because   I am so invested in the people that we work with,  whether they're on the team, whether they're in   the program and that's why going leaner on both  sides has been so exciting and so surprising in   how much it has changed things for the better. I think a big piece of advice in terms of hiring  

is don't hire for things that you wouldn't  want to do, or you don't want to do.   I really do believe that you should learn  all of the things in your business at least   to understand them. So you can actually lead  people and guide people and be a better leader.   If you don't want to do something, it should be a  red flag to you to go, okay, well, if I don't want   to do it, do I really need to hire somebody to do  this? And do I need it at all? Probably not.   Something like a podcast. I used to  have a podcast. Why I had a podcast,   not sure. It was great. It was awesome. I know  a lot of people listened to it, but it was one  

of those things where I felt like, oh, I should  have a podcast now. Now I should have a podcast   producer. Now I should have all these things that  go along with that. It was so wildly unnecessary.   It wasn't necessary and I have my pillar platform,  which is YouTube. So we ultimately stopped doing   a podcast and then it was one less person  to manage, one less platform to manage.   The next thing I quit is diversifying my  attention. So to tag onto what I just said,   I used to have a ton of different platforms  that I focused on and I had a couple of pillars.  

I was doing a podcast. I had my YouTube  channel and I came to the realization that,   that was really hurting my growth, and also my  peace because it kept me in this really busy   loop and cycle. I quit saying yes to everything  and I also quit trying to have all these different   business models. My business model now is very  simple. We have one online course, online program,   the Authority Accelerator. That's it. It allows  me to keep my attention solely focused on that   and be laser focused on ensuring that we have  a great program, and we have a great community,   and we have great support, and we have great  client results, which we have a ton of them.  

So it's worked really well. Again, if you had  told me this a couple of years ago, I would've   thought you were crazy, because I thought the  more places I am, the more people I can reach and   the better off the business will be. You now know  why that's not really true. When you grow and   everyone will get to this point in their business,  there's this little voice in your head that goes,   oh my gosh, you're getting successful. This isn't  going to last. You got to grab onto all these   other shiny things. You have to do all these other  things. You have to make sure that you're busy,   busy, busy, and out there, out there, out there  so that this success doesn't go away. That's not   a real voice and that voice is just your inner  critic. It's trying to create a security blanket  

that isn't real because doing all of those things,  again, just leaves you burnt out, and exhausted,   and frustrated and doesn't allow you to focus  your attention on what actually matters. And   doesn't allow you free up the space to have a  life. Not just a business, but also a life.   So I've been approached to do a ton of things.  Speaking engagements. Why haven't I written a book   by now? All of these things and why don't I have a  ton of investments, and why am I not in crypto and   working with NFTs, blah, blah, blah, blah. It's  because I see all of those things as other jobs   and my sole focus is to focus on the one purpose  that I have and the one intention behind the   business. By doing that, it's allowed me to be  in a place where those are all viable options,  

but I'm in control and have the freedom  of flexibility to choose when I want to   do those things, and when's the right time  for me instead of feeling like I have to,   or that I'm reactive. That is the big difference  and that's the freedom that everybody craves   when they start a business. It's not necessarily  traveling the world. That's super fun too. But   also it's the freedom of just choice and making  choices that feel aligned and right for you.   Number seven is hope. I know that sounds real bad.  I didn't quit hope, but I quit hope in my business   and what I mean by that is, I don't know  how many times I've said this. So you're  

probably going to be like, again? Understanding  the data, and focusing on the numbers and the   metrics that matter in my business has allowed  me to stop throwing spaghetti at the wall and   hoping things work, and also trying to do all  of the things. Because I'm very clear on what   actually works. I know what kind of content works  best. I know what kind of content resonates most   with my audience. I know what is necessary to  create the transformation that my clients need   in my program. I know what kind of YouTube  video is going to resonate most with you.   So knowing that information makes everything  really easy because I have the foundation of what   my purpose is and the transformation is that I'm  going to create for people and everything stems   from that. If you don't have a solid foundation,  you're building a house that's built to fall.   So having a solid foundation, which means you  have a clear intent and purpose behind everything   that you do because it's serving that ultimate  foundation, allows everything to be easier. So  

when you get clear on the transformation you're  going to create with your program, your offer,   your service for your clients, every piece  of content is easier to create. Every funnel,   every landing page, every sales page, every sales  conversation, whatever it may be. It's easier.   Every Instagram post, Facebook live, whatever it  may be. They all become easier because you know   exactly who you're talking to and you know exactly  what your intent behind that content is.  

So it allows you to do less, impact more and  knowing your numbers informs how you grow   your revenue, your income, your impact, your  authority, because you know what actually works   and what doesn't. So you stop doing the  things that don't work and you double   down on the things that do. Number eight, poor communication   and control. So this was a biggie, but I think I  had a lot of immaturity when I was first starting   my business and thinking oh at one point, I'm  just going to be able to go away for really   long time and someone's just going to run the  business and that's it. At the end of the day,   I've realized that's just not my jam. I do have a  ton of flexibility in my business, and of course   I've taken very long vacations. I've been able  to take a lot of breaks and I still do, but I  

love being involved in my business. I think the  reason maybe I felt that way was because I felt,   without knowing it subconsciously, I had built  a business I didn't really like. I had a ton of   business models. Everything was really difficult.  I was constantly diversifying my attention.   I was bringing in clients who weren't  necessarily ready to get the support   that we were offering. So it was creating all of  this confusion, chaos and customization. Working  

with clients who just weren't really a fit. Bringing on people onto my team, who I didn't   need there and that caused a lot of unnecessary  friction too. So having very open lines of   communication, I tell my team all the time, my  virtual door is always open and we have a really   tight knit team and great feedback loops. Also,  we have a daily meeting. Every morning we meet  

as a team and every month we have a team meeting  with everybody in our team so that we can all be   in the loop on what's going on with each other,  and be there for one another and not let things   fester or go too long or create resentment. Also,  so if something's not working in the business,   we don't wait until it breaks. We actually  can get ahead of it and be proactive.   So daily communication, very easy and simple  communication and daily meetings have been   huge. I love them because I love my team and I've  gotten good at hiring, which took a long time,   and hopefully this video helps you avoid that.  So that and then also as I let go of all of these   things and trying to do all of the things, I let  go of a lot of control. I recognized what was in  

my genius zone, which was building relationships,  serving clients and creating content and really   intentional content. Doing that allowed me to  release the control in the things that I don't   need to be involved in every single day. I  have an incredible team around me that can   focus on those things. I know about all of them,  I'm involved in all of them, but I don't have to  

be focused on them on a daily basis. I know that  they're working and they're running without me. So   releasing that control allows me to focus more on  those three things that are in my genius stuff.   Number nine, worrying about things  that don't matter. I mentioned earlier   worrying about my website. One day I'll get to it,  but it has made zero difference in my business.   I know there's people out there who have sent  me looms and videos of how to make my website   better. I just am like, "We don't need to right  now." It's not the thing that grows the business.   So website, my brand, I do... This is actually  kind of embarrassing to admit. My photographer  

thinks it's hilarious, but I do one photo  shoot a year and I kind of dread them,   and mainly just because it's just not really my  comfort zone. I know they're necessary because we   need them for certain content and landing pages,  et cetera, and events. But it's not my thing.   So I realize I don't need to do more than one and  in that one, we shoot for four hours and I am so   regimented about what I need to capture so  that I don't have to do it again. So I used   to do photo shoots once a month and that's  me. Again, this is all about my definition of   success and what works for me. So that was one  thing I had to let go. So worrying about that,  

worrying about getting things like business  cards or perfecting what my logo looks like.   Those things just don't matter. On another level of this, worrying about   things that don't matter also for me means  worrying about what other people are doing   and worrying about not being everywhere and doing  the things that everyone else is doing. Again,   that took a long time to get to that place because  it's very easy to compare. It's very easy to go,  

oh my gosh, if they're there, I need to be there.  I just realized it doesn't matter and it didn't   make a difference. Also for me, it didn't help  me stay focused on what I needed to stay focused   on because I was trying to learn new things  that I just didn't really have an interest in.   So again, because I know what works, and I know  what benefits my business, and I know my metrics   and I know my data, I know where I need to keep  my focus. As I mentioned in last week's video,   it's really email and YouTube. That's kind of it.  So that frees up so much space and time for me.   As much as people have advice and say you should  do this and you should do that and you should do   blah, blah, blah. I have found my own groove  and I've found my own way of doing things,  

and it's very simple and it's very low key and  it works. Like I said, our business has never   been more profitable or felt more  peaceful, and that's my word of the year   is peace. So it's working and that's the  only thing I need to focus on. Again,   I stay focused on the North Star, which is the  mission of elevating experts on a global stage so   that they can make their unique impact and mark  and build their legacy. That's my North Star.  

So if what I'm doing every day serves that  purpose, everything else can fall away   and that is the lens through which I say yes  and no to things. So I hope that helps.   The 10th thing I quit is hustling. I mentioned  at the beginning of the video, the really severe   burnout that I went through. At the time, the  paramedics who came to my house thought I was   having a stroke at 29 years old and it really did  scare me straight. It changed everything. I just  

had to realize that the way I was doing things was  not healthy for me, and ultimately if I don't have   my health, I have nothing. So I have had to very  much so reprogram my brain because my self worth   was so deeply attached to how busy I was and how  much work I was doing. I had to reprogram myself   to understand that my identity and my worth  is a lot more than what I do for a living.  

It's still a work in progress for me, but  being really proactive about not hustling   and blocking off time and days for the  things that really matter for me, and   shortening my work week, and being on top of my  work hours makes me better at everything I do.   It makes me a better leader. It makes me a better  entrepreneur. It makes me a better wife, dog mom,   daughter, sister, friend. Having space is what  leads to my best ideas and creativity. Having   downtime, and having time away from my phone,  and my computer that's where the magic really   comes from. Then when I'm back at work, I'm  happy to be there. I'm excited to be there.   Again, I know this is hard to understand if you're  in that grind, it's just not sustainable to work   yourself into the ground all day, every day. Of course there's periods and there's seasons  

where you're going to need to put in  more effort and maybe longer hours,   but you always need to make sure you're resting  in addition to that. I remember when I used to   travel a lot for work, which is something I  don't do a ton either anymore. I just got to   a point where I didn't really love it and I  wanted to be home. But when I used to travel   for work I had a friend who was an executive  assistant to a very successful entrepreneur   and she was like, "Why don't you take time off  when you get home from your work trips?" I never   even thought about it. I just thought nope, I  got to come home. I got to right back to work.   My first bout with burnout happened because  I had this really intense work trip,   came home. Didn't give myself any  break and went right back into work. So  

understanding that rest is just as important  as work and your rest makes your work better,   is a key to sustainable long-term growth. I  think the only way I was able to quit hustling   and that hustle cycle and hustle mentality was  to understand that this is a long game. So much   of that mentality comes from short term thinking  and feeling like everything's going to fall apart   tomorrow. Having a scarce mindset makes you feel  like everything is urgent when it's just not.  

I've been doing this and have had this business  for over five years, and up until last year,   it really didn't feel like it was going to be  something that I was going to do for the rest of   my life, because I always felt like it was going  to crumble. Which was such an unhealthy mindset to   be in because it keeps you in a space of needing  to work all the time. So I just trust. I trust   that I've been around for a long time and I don't  plan on going anywhere, and my mission is so clear   that if I can play the long game and only focus  on what matters, I'm going to be a much healthier,   happier version of myself. I'm going to be able  to make a much bigger impact on the people that   I'm meant to make that impact on. So I don't know if that helps. Let me  

know in the comments, but my daily routine  is very simple. My life is wildly boring   and my daily life is pretty boring. I've thought  about doing a day in the life and I'm like I don't   even know what I'd show. It's pretty mundane, but  if you're interested in how I organize my day and   how I create a ton of space in my day, let me know  and I can make a video on that. So I really didn't  

amp it up there by saying it was boring, but maybe  boring's good. Maybe boring's interesting. So let   me know if you want to see a day in the life video  and what exactly would be interesting to you,   and I would be happy to share it. Holy smokaroonies, that was way longer   than I intended it to be. So thank you so much  for still being here and my intent behind this  

was to show you that it is possible to stop doing  things you hate and that aren't serving you and   to experience the growth that you're seeking in a  much healthier and happier way. I'd love to hear   from you and what you took from this, and if you  had any light bulbs and the comments below.   I think the thing that I want to leave you with  is that your worth is so not attached to how busy   you are. It's so not attached to the work that  you do. You are a whole person with a whole life   and life is really short. So you should focus  on the things that you want to do more of  

and get rid of the things that you don't. So this was what I did in my business,   but all these things that I subtract from my  business, they directly with my life as well.   So I hope you know that you are worthy  of space and you are worthy of rest.   Are you with me? The whole mission behind this  channel is to help make entrepreneurship available   to everyone. So if you just give this a quick  like and be sure to subscribe for new videos   every week, greatly appreciate it. I hope you  check out this whole playlist next on how to work  

smarter and not harder. I'll see you in the next  one. Thank you so much for being here. Bye.

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