Achieve More While Doing Less
Set yourself up for success in 2021 with these tools and techniques.
by Jamie Spannhake
December 30, 2020
I've been spending this week reflecting on the past year, assessing where I am and where I want to be, and making plans for the new year.
As we all think about what we want to accomplish in 2021, we must be mindful of how much time exists because we can’t change that. Time is finite: there are 168 hours in a week, and 8,760 hours in a year. That’s a lot of time, but that’s all there is.
We want to make sure that we don’t have unrealistic expectations by trying to pack infinite activities into this finite period of time. We don’t want to set ourselves up for failure.
I’m not suggesting that you try to achieve less, or that you shouldn't dream big. I want you to "have it all," whatever that means to you personally. I’m suggesting that you use your resources and support network to achieve more by DOING less yourself. Learn how to achieve more while doing less in this video interview where I sat down with Valerie Prasetyo of Independent Women.
Let’s make 2021 the best year yet, together!
I want to hear what you have planned for 2021! Email me or schedule a 30 minute call if you'd like a cheerleader, accountability partner, and guide to help you on the way.
I coach busy professionals so they can achieve more while doing less; so they can create the lives they truly want, lives that include time and space to work the way they want, to spend time with their kids, to laugh with friends, and to exercise every day: Time and space to do all the things I was told I couldn’t do as a successful lawyer. My work with clients is based upon the principles in my book, The Lawyer, the Lion, & the Laundry: Three Hours to Finding Your Calm in the Chaos, available at www.JamieSpannhake.com. Learn more about how I can help you, and apply for my coaching program here.