Find Balance and Focus with These Two Surprisingly Simple Things

The more we mature in our leadership abilities, the more people want our time. But time is our most valuable non-renewable resource. To make sure we’re able to maintain balance and focus, all it takes is this: saying “no” more often to people, and saying “yes” to…
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The more we mature in our leadership abilities, the more people want our time. But time is our most valuable non-renewable resource. To make sure we’re able to maintain balance and focus, all it takes is this: saying “no” more often to people, and saying “yes” to Legos. (Yes, Legos! We’ll delve more into that in a bit.)

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to please people, but that doesn’t mean agreeing to every request for your time. If you do, you won’t be able to fulfill your other commitments. As a leader, balance and focus start with saying “no.” And sayi

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