Whoa! I recently wrapped up an amazing day with my private clients in the Gutsy Goddess Society Immersion Program. A powerful crew pow-wowed to talk business, mindset, marketing, fears, doubts, dharma, putting yourself out there … and doing whatever it takes to uncover, own and profit from your big gift in the world.
Check out what one superstar client has to say about our day together …
“Had such a great day! Thank you Jenny for the insight, inspiration and education. And thank you to all the ladies who were there for sharing in the learning and support. Oh – I’m proud to share that I ate the frog!” – Dana Rosenbloom, Child Development + Parenting Expert, www.DanasKids.com
If you’re wondering, “eating the frog” means doing the thing on your “to-do list” that scares you (typically, the thing you tend to put off!) and doing it FIRST so you can ride that energy the rest of the day … and rise to your next level in your life, business and spirit.
I’m going to throw down a challenge to you right now, just like I did with my private clients in our meeting:
Stop procrastinating! Be a master of the time you’ve been blessed with.
This is what “eating the frog” is all about.
There’s an old saying that if you eat a live frog in the morning, nothing worse can happen for the rest of the day! Your “frog” should be the most difficult item on your to-do list. You know, the one that is the easiest to avoid because it requires you to step up, use your voice and grow more than any other item on your list. You know what I’m talking about, right?
Call the potential client.
Book the workshop venue.
Launch your new packages.
Buy the URL for your soon-to-be launched website.
Have a conversation with someone to clear the air.
Ask for the sale.
You get my drift …
I’ve got news for you: the key to reaching super-high levels of success and productivity is to develop the lifelong habit of tackling your major task first thing each morning instead of putting if off until later in the day when it’s MUCH more likely to fall by the wayside.
Create a new habit: eat the frog! See what happens when you do.
How about you? What’s your “frog?” Are you ready to shift the way you tackle your mornings? Please share below. See you there!