Episode 14: You are the CEO of Your Own Life

Do you ever feel like you’re stuck following someone else’s agenda? Or someone else is running your life’s schedule?

Whether you’re an entrepreneur or you clock into a 9-5 job, you are ultimately responsible for how you spend your time. Stay out of a victim mentality and step into the decision maker’s seat. Because you are the CEO of your own life.

Today’s episode features:

  • [1:26] You are the CEO of your own life
  • [2:15] Why it’s easy to feel like your schedule is out of control
  • [3:04] My personal story feeling overwhelmed at my first job
  • [6:10] The victim mentality applied to time management (Read more on Web MD)
  • [6:48] The value of knowing the root decision behind your time demands
  • [9:10] When was the last time you sat down as the CEO of your own life?
  • [10:35] Learn more about operating in your Desire Zone on Michael Hyatt’s blog
  • [11:25] The power of replacing “have” with “get” in your vocabulary

The more the merrier! Consider sharing today’s episode with a friend or colleague to help each other stay accountable in 2021.

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4 thoughts on “Episode 14: You are the CEO of Your Own Life”

  1. Thank you for this timely cast. When many of us who are fortunate enough to have regular contact with others have it largely through email and texting, it can be particularly easy to let those contacts control us, so strongly do we desire to remain connected in any way.

    1. Marianne you leave the most thoughtful comments, thank you! That’s a great point, emails and texts have kind of exploded, yet they keep us feeling a connection in isolation.

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