Dumped by my mentor…
And just like that… everything changed.
A one-on-one working relationship with a mentor, gone in the blink of an eye.
Something about her not having enough time to devout 1 whole hour to an “individual” client.
About transitioning her individual coaching into group coaching.
Makes sense to me. You can help more people with group coaching than with individual coaching but hey I was the one cut here, so what do I know.
Am I butt-hurt?
Because now I don’t have her undivided attention for 60 whole minutes.
Because now I’ll have to share her knowledge with a group of people instead of hoarding it all to myself.
Because now I’ll have to up my writing/marketing/editing game (which I shoulda been doing all along but hey, I’m human…).
Because now my pathetic, poor-me, excuses won’t work (everyone in the group will see right through them).
But it happens. Life changes. And our course of action changes as well (or at least it should).
What I’m trying to say is…
We’re all burdened with the same amount of hours in a day. No exceptions!
It’s what we do with those hours that make or break a budding (hell sometimes a seasoned) entrepreneur.
We need to kill off those pesky, time-sucking leeches and create a “new and improved” day-to-day business model.
I mean hey… no one else is going to do it for you.
It’s your time.
It’s your business.
It’s your life.
Manage it wisely.
Successful entrepreneurs manage their time, they don’t let their time manage them.
Anyway, for help identifying those pesky, time-sucking leeches and stop them from draining all your creativity, get on my list. I’ll also show you how to magically “create” more time in your busy schedule and a simple trick to keep those pesky leeches at bay.
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They always say, “when one door closes, another one opens (or get the ax and “create” a new one).”