How you doing? Whatcha doing?

June 24th, 2016 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “How you doing? Whatcha doing?”

“How you do anything is how you do everything.” – T. Harv Eker

Business owners and entrepreneurs will take this quote to heart and will either read it as an affirmation of their dedication or a condemnation of their failures.

If you’re not feeling good about this, now is a fine time to examine your habits and begin making positive change. Many of our customers have confessed that, as business owners, they are being forced to wear too many hats and don’t feel like they are doing anything to the best of their ability. They live a reactive life- constantly changing focus and putting out fires. Inevitably there are unproductive days and sleepless nights.

It’s time to lose that overwhelmed feeling. It just takes a pad of paper and a pen. The number one thing you can do to help reduce stress is to create a list. Write down (on paper) everything you need to do. This is critical, because a big part of being overwhelmed is the mental energy of constantly thinking of all the things you need to do. Once you’ve written it all down, it will release the need to remember, and the fear of forgetting, and a huge chunk of your stress will go away. For some people, a simple “to do” list is enough. Other people may need additional organization.

Tools we like and have used are:

1. Brendan Bouchard’s 1 Page Productivity Planner – Download Here:

2. Tools 4 Wisdom Daily Planner – Buy on Amazon:

3. Custom created notepads/stationary with your name and motivational mantras printed right on them (ask us about these!)

4. Inspirational signs with motivational sayings. We can design and produce these for you. Take a look at our recent renovation in our front office.


We recommend taking 15 – 20 minutes to plan out your day the night before. Going to bed knowing that you have a plan of attack for the next day will help alleviate some stress as well. Revisit your list as the day goes on and relish the act of crossing out completed items. This will help you see exactly what you accomplished during the day. It will also keep you moving forward with what must be accomplished next.

If you end the day with items still on your to-do list, you can get started on your highest priority right away the next day. For years I would get to the end of my day and wonder what in the world I had accomplished. I knew I had been very busy, but when I sat down to talk with Rhonda at the end of the day, I had a hard time retelling what I had done. Next time you are feeling stressed or aren’t sure what to do, remember “priorities are what we do; everything else is just talk.”

What are you doing? What you’re doing indicates what your true priorities are.

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