I have no idea what my team does most of the time

Let’s talk about productivity, shall we? 

It’s one of those elusive goals we all chase, often ending up overwhelmed with never-ending to-do lists and tasks that seem to multiply like rabbits. 

Been there, done that.

But what if I told you that I’ve cracked the code to productivity, and it all boils down to having just three items on my to-do list at any given time?

Yes, you heard me right—just three.

Now, before you dismiss this as some productivity guru’s fantasy, let me share my secret sauce: understanding my core role.

Think about a professional race car driver. 

When they pull into the pit stop during a race, do they hop out of the car to tidy up or refuel it?

Absolutely not.

They trust their team of experts, each responsible for their specific tasks.

In my world, it’s no different.

I’ve built a well-oiled machine with a team of four, and they know precisely what they’re responsible for.

More importantly, I stay out of their way.

The further I am from the nitty-gritty of their tasks, the happier and more productive everyone becomes.

It’s like magic.

So, here’s the million-dollar question: Are you ready to simplify your approach to productivity?

Imagine having a to-do list that doesn’t make you break into a cold sweat.

Picture a workday where you focus on what truly matters, rather than drowning in a sea of tasks.

It’s not about working harder; it’s about working smarter.

By embracing this philosophy, I’ve witnessed a significant transformation in my work life.

Stress levels dropped, productivity soared, and the results spoke for themselves.

Now, it’s your turn.

Take a moment to reflect on your daily tasks.

What can you delegate or entrust to others?

How can you streamline your responsibilities to have a more significant impact?

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Mike Killen

Mike is the world's #1 sales coach for marketing funnel builders. He helps funnel builders sell marketing funnels to their customers. He is the author of From Single To Scale; How single-person, small and micro-businesses can scale their business to profit. You can find him on Twitter @mike_killen.