In this video:
0:23 – How to not work so hard in your coaching business
0:47 – Intermittent Hustle
1:15 – Work in a Sprint
Taki Moore here in London with blue paint on my arm. I’m going to talk to you about how not to work too hard so stay tuned.
So I’m here at the Million Dollar Coach Intensive in London with these guys! Right at the back is Rob Nixon – long term friend and a good guy.
I have just been given a topic to talk about “How to not work so hard in your coaching business”
So I’ve this theory that working hard is a little bit overrated. There’s a thing going on right now that we should hustle. You’ve probably seen a bunch of people, or a bunch of gurus talking about how important hustle is. And frankly, I think hustle is overrated.
You can build an incoming hustle but you can’t build a life. I want a business model that is much more scalable. The secret I’ve found is intermittent hustle. What does that mean? It means we’re gonna sprint, then we’re gonna relax, we’re gonna sprint, then we’re gonna relax.
So we’re going to take a project and work hard for let’s say 90 days. Or if we work on a work day, we can do 50 minutes of work then a 10 minute break. 50 minutes of work then a 10 minute break.
Intermittent hustle is good because it’s got a start and it’s also got an end. If all you’re doing is hustling all the time, you’re gonna burn out really really quickly.
So here’s my top tip of the day, when you work, work in a sprint. If you’ve got a project, make sure it’s got a start and an end. When it’s done, celebrate. Have a break then come back to this thing afterwards. If you’re working a day, make sure have two 50 minutes sprints is enough for any good work day. Nobody wants to work for 2 hours. Right? Perfect.
This is Taki Moore from Coach Marketing Machine. If you like this video, please leave us a comment below. I wanna know your number 1 productivity tip for not working too hard. Leave us a comment below.
Taki Moore. Out.