Why prioritizing your day is so hard.

G'day you gifted and talented legend...

Let's talk about prioritization and why it's so important to your success and fulfillment in life. 

Consider this:

On average, you waste two-hours every day on meaningless tasks like surfing the news, social media, unnecessary meetings, useless emails, redundant technology, and chewing the fat with friends and colleagues.

That's ten hours a week. 40 hours a month. And, close to 480 hours a year. 

This may not seem like much until you put a dollar amount on it. If you're making $100K annually, then you are actually wasting just over $23,000 dollars a year on things which simply do not matter.

That's a result of not prioritizing your day.

And, it's a big problem.

Because you'll never achieve what you're capable until you take control of your day. You'll constantly be running around putting out one fire after the next because you haven't chosen to value the one thing you can never ever get back: time.

How do you solve this problem?

Well, that's exactly what I help my clients do through our coaching work together. I've been teaching people how to set goals and prioritize their days based on their personality and temperament for the past decade.

Specifically using my personality assessment imprint.

If you don't know how you're wired to work, then how can you expect to reach your full potential?

It's one of the main reasons I created this simple tool in the first place. 

And, it's crazy accurate.

But, don't take my word for it. Go check it out yourself. 

I guarantee you'll learn more about why you procrastinate and how to set goals you can actually achieve. 

Remember, every human being on the planet has the same 24-hours in a day. The successful people are the ones who have learned how to maximize their time so they can spend more of it doing the things they love.

Here's to not wasting another minute...

Steve Knox

PS. I'm looking for three more Q4 workshop and speaking opportunities globally. My motto is pretty simple: I have a passport and if the opportunity is interesting, I will travel. Click here for booking info.