It’s hard to believe that one-third of this year is already gone. With that reality in mind, I’m currently working on a list of objectives I have for my various businesses over the next 8 months. I’m assessing where I am, comparing it with where I want to be at the end of the year, and putting in writing the steps necessary to get there. I’ll share with you some of the things on which I am working.
One of the things I have to do is furnish an office I have leased in Dallas, Texas. That involves deciding what equipment I should buy and have delivered locally and what items, if any, I should move from Ohio to Dallas. I also have to consider which vehicle I move to Dallas to be there for my use and which vehicle I keep in Ohio where I am still spending the majority of my time.
All those plans for setting up my Dallas office will be for naught unless I exercise self-discipline and get registered for, study for and take the necessary test to be licensed to practice law in Texas. That requires extra time and diligence, so I have to decide what I need to give up to make time in my busy schedule to accomplish that important goal.
You can apply these principles in your life as well. Are there things you need to reduce or eliminate to create time to focus on the things that matter more? I hope some of these ideas I am applying in my life and business are a benefit to you.