It’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s.
Take some time away.
Spend some time with your family.
If you’re in Colorado like me, get out and ski.
I’m writing this for me, too.
I’m writing this on December 21.
And yet I know that I am likely succumbing to the temptation to “catch up,” to send out a few emails, to see if I can catch someone in the office, to get a jump on 2024 planning.
I, too, fall for this need to be PRODUCTIVE ALL THE TIME.
And I know it costs me.
Let’s Agree To Talk Next Week
I would love to talk to you about this. About how we both can get better at this. At taking the time away that we need. That is good for us and our families.
I love helping people get to the point where they are both killing it at work AND they have plenty of time for their families.
But let’s agree to push it to next week, ok?
Enjoy your time.
And I hope for both our sakes that it is as far away from work as it can be.
How To Go Deeper
More and more corporate people are coming out of the spiritual closet and seeing their work as a vital personal journey to both abundance and meaning.
This is what I write about. For founders, for original thinkers, no matter where they are in their transformation.
The world needs YOU, in all your brilliance and imperfection.
If you are a founder wanting to scale and sell your company, there are three shifts in identity that can help you do so with twice the impact and half the stress. Take a look at this video.
If you want to build a coaching business where you get to be yourself, help amazing people, and replace your corporate income in the process, here’s a video where I share the top three mistakes I see coaches make when trying to build a sustainable business—
You can subscribe to my YouTube channel here.
You can follow me on LinkedIn to make sure you never miss a post by hitting the bell on my profile.
If you want to subscribe to this Creating Extraordinary Futures newsletter, you can do so here.