I get it. The plate is already full. How on earth will you find more time to do the program, let alone implement it?
The truth is there is never going to be a perfect time or date when your plate is clear, the to do list has stopped, the competing demands are quiet. You and I both know this is a myth. It’s procrastination in its most seductive form.
Even if you have a date in mind – long service leave, business sale, resignation date etc – do you know for sure you’ll be alive to see it? What if you don’t make it? What if you knew you weren’t going to make it? How would that change your decision making today?
And what is the cost of you continuing to act in the way you’re currently acting on you, your health, your loved ones? Or what is the opportunity cost of what you’re NOT doing right now? What are you missing out on? What contribution are you NOT making?
After decades of service, it’s time to put your own name on the priority list and commit to the changes you need to make.
And the only time for that is right now.
When it comes to implementing, we don’t have heaps of work to do. We just have the work that matters most. We’ll be ruthless with prioritisation and develop strategies that increase the value of the time you’re already spending.
And you’ll only get what you need, not a firehose of content. In my experience, a shortage of information is nearly never the problem.