I used to be busy all the time. I even dwelled with it. I felt good when I was busy. I was a busy junkie. My God, what was I thinking? It’s was an eye-opener when I found out that busyness is laziness. It’s lazy to be busy. It’s lazy to occupy yourself with small tasks. These small tasks are the enemy of your success. Leaders are never busy. They create time. That’s the key. Give yourself space. Does this resonate? Do you feel a bunch of resistance coming up? Ok. Let’s just cut through the chase. When you are too busy, you are doing something wrong! You can argue as much as you want, but every argument your throwing at me now to justify your busyness is just an excuse. It’s an excuse not to work on the thing that is needed. It’s an excuse because you keep believing your own stories. Open yourself to the possibility that you can run a business without being busy all the time. That’s the first thing you should do. Take a deep breath and open yourself to that. Got it? Now check where you are losing energy? Is it the endless meetings? Is it your staff? Is it your managers? Is it your wife? Be honest. What is it? Now think about this: How would it feel when these things are out of the way? This way you can work on your business instead of working in it. How would that benefit your business? How would that influence your result? So why don’t you do it? What excuse do you have? You see, maybe it isn’t easy, but it is simple. It is all in your mind. If you want to accelerate your game, you need to work on your mindset first. Work with the 10 cm between your ears to get an exponential 10X growth. That’s what I do. That’s my game.

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