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Monday Motivation - I recognize every moment as a chance to be intentional with my time, energy, and attention.

Published 5 months ago • 2 min read

Happy Monday Reader!

We're wrapping up the first month of 2024 this week!

Make sure you take time to reflect on how it's gone for you. Be honest with yourself, but not overly strict--it's just as important to recognize and celebrate our achievements (no matter how small) as it is to acknowledge where we fell short of our intentions.

For me, I've done a great job of following through on my quarterly goal of posting every day on social media. But I haven't done a good job of reviewing the metrics to see what's working best and do more of it. So that's one place I can improve next month. (And you can help hold me accountable! ;) )

You know I love finding ways to work smarter not harder, and taking time to review our work helps that. It allows us to use the Pareto Principal, or the 80/20 rule, which says 80% of our results come from 20% of our efforts.

So review your goals and find where things are already working, and make a plan to do more of it in February!

Today's affirmation will help us make those effective actions more of our focus. We repeat to ourselves 21x every day this week:

"I recognize every moment as a chance to be intentional with my time, energy, and attention."

Bonus: Free Weekly Training Video

Any monkey with a laptop & internet connection can start a business these days. But staying in business? That requires mastering sales & marketing...which a lot of us struggle with!

In this video I discuss my top tips & tools to save time when marketing your business!

As always, affirmations work best when you truly believe them. They need to resonate with you and feel achievable. So feel free to modify any I suggest, or develop entirely new ones!

Say them as long as you want. I'm sharing a new affirmation each week, but that doesn't mean you have to switch it up each week unless it feels right. You can add new ones as often as you want and have as many as you want. You can say a different affirmation every day, or at different times of the day. You choose!

I'd love to hear the impact it has! (But if you decide affirmations are not for you, click here to be removed from this weekly email.)

I hope this affirmation sets you up for a kick ass week and I'll see you next Monday for a new one to try!

Ready to make time for great things in 2024? I have 1-1 coaching spots available to teach you how to put your limited time, energy, & attention to the work that moves the needle in just 1 hour a week. Hit reply or pick a time on my calendar here to learn more.

I always have time for you. ❤️

-- Jen

Time Honored Coach

Jen Roberts - Time Creation Coach

Time is the single most valuable thing we have. I help busy business owners get out of overwhelm to work fewer hours in their business (without sacrificing income!) so they can get back to enjoying their business and their life again.

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