What You'll Discover In This Episode:
Emotional baggage is a hot button phrase that’s used quite frequently in our society and never in a positive way...
Dr. Phil often talks about the consequences of carrying emotional baggage into relationships.
Perhaps you’ve warned friends in the dating pool to watch for red flags that people may have a lot of emotional baggage.
Maybe you’ve had a hard time letting go of your own emotional baggage from your childhood, a past relationship, or an unhealthy employment situation and it’s eroding your current relationship.
Emotional baggage is hard to deal with but carrying it around from relationship to relationship can only hold you back from moving forward and building a sustainable, healthy relationship.
The same is true with business baggage.
Yes, business baggage. And I’m not talking about the kind airlines charge business class customers.
No, I’m talking about all the projects, processes, programs, policies, offerings,
clutter, routines, communication methods, meetings, and people that you keep around from year to year even though they’re no longer serving you or your business. Even though they’re stealing your time, money, and energy from high-priority projects and tasks. Even though they’re holding you back from building a more successful business.
Don’t bring your emotional baggage into new relationships and don’t bring your business baggage into new years!
Get to work cleaning the slate of all your excess business baggage this month so you can double down on what is working, invest in what could work, and not waste any more time on what has not been working in 2022.
In this episode of Productivity Straight Talk, I dive into the actions you can take to gain clarity on what hasn’t been working in your business this year and discuss how to clean the slate of that baggage so you can start fresh in 2022.