Scarcity mindset around time is so prevalent.... I asked in a couple entrepreneurial facebook groups on what people's biggest struggles around running a business and almost EVERYONE said lack of time
I get it, I've been raging mad at time. I've had breakdowns, screaming fits with myself and depression around feeling like I never have the time to get what I want done.
But, and this is a BIG but... If we keep relating to time in that way, saying that we never have enough of it, using it as an excuse to not get our business to the level we want it to be... Then we will keep seeing time in the same way, and the cycle never breaks.
This might trigger you, but there IS enough time. There is actually an abundance of time
Maybe instead of lack of time, you have a lack of direction or a feeling of aimlessness and you blame it on time. Maybe you don't have the tools in your tool belt to maximize your use of time, or the right way to prioritize, so you call it lack of time.
I've done a lot of work in my mindset around this. I started shifting that with affirmations that there IS enough time to get what I need to get done. Every day I make clear to-do lists and prioritize what ACTUALLY needs to get done to move the needle forward (esp what needs to happen to get in the position of healthy financial flow). I then use the pomodoro method and a trello board to power through my non-negotiables of the day. I map out the bigger picture and goals and work backwards on what micro-steps I get to take.
I focus on ONE thing at a time and work hard to not get distracted by social media during my "work hours"
This post, for example. I put it on my to do list for the 2.5 hrs I get at a coffee shop while my daughter is at school. I powered through the list while focusing on just one task until it was done, then moved to the next. It's taking me less than 15 minutes to throw this piece of content out to you.
If you have time to scroll (and read this), then you have time to move the needle forward in your business.
But, if it's not a lack of time, but rather a lack of direction or support, that's a legitimate excuse, and something I would love to support you around