3 Steps To Upping Your Income, Joy, And Productivity

by Kris Ward

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To help you ensure THIS WILL BE YOUR YEAR, I wanted to give you this little formula I’m using that is doing SUCH cool things for my business and personal life.

Next time you’re feeling burnt out or overwhelmed, try this on for size.

You’ll find great relief, get your power back, and likely generate some much-needed momentum in a positive direction while you’re at it.

Here’s the formula:

To “A.D.D.” to your joy, productivity, and bottom line, AUTOMATE, DELEGATE, or DELETE all tasks that don’t totally light you up!

AUTOMATE – ex: Put all bills on auto-pay. Or set up online systems for better time/task management such as Wrike.com or Google Docs.

DELEGATE – ex: The first HIRES you should make are a business assistant & home assistant. This may include bookkeeping, errands, childcare or admin duties such as data entry.

Unless you adore cleaning your house (does anyone?), hire that out too. It’s surprisingly affordable and there are oodles of people out of work right now who would LOVE to take that off your plate. I just found a new assistant through Craigslist and brought her on for 3 mornings a week from 10AM-2PM.

She gets food from the store. Ships packages off. Does light housekeeping. And even makes the bed!

Score!

DELETE – Plain and simple: If it doesn’t add value to your life and it’s not worth automating and delegating, ditch it. Say Buh-Bye and Adios!

Go ahead, you deserve it.

XO

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Kris Ward
Kris Ward is a Lifestyle Design Coach™ Trainer and the president and founder of AbundantYogi.com. She has helped to educate and inspire over 100,000 people worldwide out of painful conflict around money, self-sabotage, and inhibited self-expression into having the freedom and abundance to do what they love every day, and ...read more

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