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091 | Stepping Up Your CEO Game: A Client Case Study With Tim Clothier

091 | Stepping Up Your CEO Game: A Client Case Study With Tim Clothier

I sit down with my long-term client and CEO of Illusion Projects, Tim Clothier, to discuss how he’s been stepping up his CEO game during our years of working together. We cover his magic power of jumping back and forth between creative and CEO, what hadn’t been working in his business, what he had to release to see better results, and what he’s doing now to stay on top of his game and run a successful international business.

What You'll Discover In This Episode:

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    Why Your Time Blocks Need A Makeover
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    The Secret To Preventing Your Passion From Getting Pushed To The Bottom Of The Pile
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    How CEO Days Can Help You Flush Out Your IdeasPrinciples That Could Benefit Your Hiring Process
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    What Going To The “Business Gym” Can Do For You
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    So Much More!
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072 | How To Use The Power Of Momentum Instead Of Motivation With Kendra Hennessy

072 How To Use The Power Of Momentum Instead Of Motivation With Kendra Hennessy

In this episode, I sit down with home management strategist Kendra Hennessy as she walks us through the parallels of running a home and a business, getting better systems in place so you can focus more on your family, and the actual job of a coach (it’s not to motivate you!)

We also dive into what to do when you wake up lacking motivation, ways to build momentum in your work, and how leaning on motivation previously failed Kendra.

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014 | The Secret To Giving Yourself More Hours Each Day with Danny Phee

014 The Secret To Giving Yourself More Hours Each Day with Danny Phee

In this episode, I sit down with Las Vegas REALTOR® Danny Phee as he walks us through how he leverages his time, shares his journey of hiring a virtual assistant, and discusses the lesson he learned from thinking he was the best person for every job.

We also talked about his task delegation system that works, the top three tasks he’ll never outsource, and how you can create something that will benefit others for years to come.

This was an awesome discussion with Danny I know you’ll enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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006 | Unselfishly Letting Go To Make Your Business Grow with Mike Rayburn

#006 Unselfishly Letting Go To Make Your Business Grow

In this episode, keynote artist Mike Rayburn takes us on a walk through a day in his life and his entrepreneurial journey. We discuss how his performance and innovation-driven business turns a profit, how he utilizes a casita to increase his productivity, and the three things time management comes down to for Mike.

We also talk about how majoring in minor things affects your business, Mike’s greatest personal challenge that he battles daily, and the tasks that give him the greatest payoff.

This was an awesome discussion with Mike I hope you enjoy. Now let's jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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The Time Investment: Putting Your Time To Work For You

The Time Investment: Putting Your Time To Work For You

Jim Rohn says, “Time is our most valuable asset. Yet we tend to spend it, kill it, and waste it. Rather than invest it.” How are you investing in your time? Are you using it wisely or wasting it? Productive people become successful people because they consistently invest their time into their best activities. To be able to do that, they say no to more things than most people.

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Time Rescue: 3 Simple Strategies To Reclaim Your Most Precious Commodity

Time Rescue: 3 Simple Strategies To Reclaim Your Most Precious Commodity

I teach my clients that productivity is investing your best time into your best activities. Simple, right? Well, simple does not mean easy. Every day we wake up and start our day with the intention to be productive but we often get sidetracked and fail to accomplish what we had set out to do. That’s because we often fail to maximize our time even though, “Time is the single most precious commodity in the universe.” (Jupiter Ascending. Dir. Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski. Warner Brothers, 2015.)

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Top 10 Productivity Tips For Busy Business Owners

Top 10 Productivity Tips For Busy Business Owners

You’re a business owner – a busy one I imagine, and one who would love the time to be able to grow your business. The answer is increasing your productivity. The internet is full of tips on how to lose weight, create your own hair mask, fix a computer issue, and don’t even get me started on the vortex that is searching on Pinterest for “Kids Birthday Party Ideas.” The internet is also stocked with tips on how to increase your productivity, so many though, that choosing which ones to implement could be overwhelming.

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Out With The Old And In With The New System

Out With The Old and In With The New System

A new bride proudly cooked her great-grandmother’s brisket recipe that had been passed down generations for her husband, paying special attention to every minute detail. Although delicious, the husband questioned why his wife cut off the ends of the brisket, saying that they were the best part. The young wife replied, “Because that’s how my mother always did it.”

Curious though, the new bride asked her mother why she cut the ends off the brisket before putting it in the roasting pan. “Because that’s how my mother always did it,” she answered. The new bride then asked her grandmother who also said, “Because that’s how my mother always did it.” The new bride finally went to the source and asked her great-grandmother why she cut the ends off the brisket before putting it in the roasting pan. She did not expect her great-grandmother’s answer. “Because my roasting pan was too small to fit the whole brisket,” she laughed. Ah-ha! Needless to say, the new bride never cut the ends off a brisket again.

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1 Assistant Fail: Is It Time To Break Up?

Assistant Fail: Is It Time To Break Up?

Clack, clack, clack. The sound of footsteps approaching my office again. It was Sally (we will use the name Sally to protect the innocent) at my office door asking me about a client file. Recently, when I hear the sound of my assistant entering my office I cringe and hold my breath. Could she really need me again? Does she have a question worth answering this time? Does she think I don’t work? How do I make it STOP!?…

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Stop The Insanity! 5 Simple Email Decisions To Organize Your Inbox

Stop the Insanity! 5 Simple Email Decisions to Organize Your Inbox

Contrary to popular practice, your inbox is not your to-do list. It’s important not to just leave things in there to rot. But don’t aim for inbox zero either. Let me be very, very clear. Your goal should not be inbox zero. That’s because you can get so obsessed with keeping your inbox at zero that you waste valuable time and energy making that happen and not get important work done. Your goal should be taming then maintaining your inbox so you can always focus on the tasks and projects that need your attention.

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