You’re successful.  You’re ambitious.  You want to “make it”. 

Hell, you ARE making it!

But, at what cost?

So many of the folks I work with can be described as “very successful people who got there by brute force”. 

By working harder.  By working longer.  By outworking the competition.

And it worked.  For a while.

And now?  Well, now you’d like your life back.  

You want to maintain your success.  

But not at the expense of your mental and physical health. 

Not at the expense of your family. 

Not at the expense of your free time. (If there’s any to begin with.)

But, you might not know how.

And I get it. 

But what got you here won’t necessarily keep you here.

Why not?  Because at some point, if your MO is “work harder”, you WILL burn out.

And I don’t want that for you.  

In fact, I’m pretty sure we want the same things.

I want you to maintain that success that you worked so hard for.

But I don’t want you to have to keep working so hard.

I don’t want you to have to juggle all the balls…in your head.

I don’t want you to forgo sleep because you still have 100 (or 1000, or 10,000) emails left unread.

I want you to see your kids in the evening (and while they’re actually awake).  

I want you to sleep in on Saturday instead of worrying about what you didn’t get done last week.

I want you to enjoy a leisurely Sunday afternoon, at the park, with a book, without worrying about what Monday holds.

I want you to do it the easy way.

And I promise.  There is an easy way.

Or, at least, an easier way.

You know that cliché “work smarter, not harder”?  That’s what I want for you.

And I know you can do it.

I know you can do it because I’ve done it.

I know you can do it because all of my clients have done it.

And when you’re ready, I’m here to help you make it happen.

And lucky for you, there’s an easy way right around the corner.

Time Well Spent will be open for enrollment later this month.

You can join the waitlist HERE to be the first to know when the doors open!

And, if you don’t need, or aren’t ready for external help, that’s OK too. I want you to think of just one thing that you could make a bit easier in your life.

What’s one obligation you’re ready to give up?

What’s one thing you could outsource or delegate?

What’s one thing you could decide to do “good enough” instead of striving for perfection?