Back when I worked in post-secondary, I had a saying:
My time is my currency.
Few things frustrated me more than having to put in time at a desk, especially when it was busy work or pushing papers around.
Even 5 minutes of low-value work is too much for me.
But I have no problem with doing the high-value work that matters.
Now as you may know, we run an accelerator mentorship of sorts—a 6-month, 1:1 mentorship where we help them structure the inside of their business for sustainable scale.
And in this accelerator, one of the big things we focus on is getting everyone focused on being the CEO of their business.
Which means, they need to be doing their highest value work.
So we get them to track how much time they’re spending on various things, and then together we look at how we can increase the high-value work and decrease the low-value work.
But this begs the question, what constitutes highest value work?
What should you, as the CEO of your business, be doing every day, anyway?
Well, it ties into what we’ve been talking about over these past few weeks, in terms of all the jobs you could be doing in your business and what the return on investment is for them all.
So what I’d like to do is give you a run-down; five of the highest-value activities you should probably be spending more time doing in your business: Read more