14: Busy Work: Why It’s Keeping You Stuck
Are you ready to continue our discussion about the three types of work?
We’ve covered thought work and focus work, so now it’s time to talk about busy work.
The dictionary definition of busy work: work that keeps a person busy but has little value in itself.
We’re talking about why our brains beeline to busy work, how to get away from doing busy work and what your business will look like when you do.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- What busy work is
- Why your brain beelines to busy work
- How to get away from busy work
- What it means to be stuck in passive action
- Taking action until you get the result you want
- How going to the grocery store is taking massive action
Are you taking massive action or passive action? If it’s the latter, what needs to change to get you from passive to massive?
I would love for you to join me in my masterclass on March 3rd or 4th – How to to Stop Stop “Shoulding” and Commit to Growth in Three Simple Steps, register now here.
I also would love for you to join me in the next round of Committed to Growth! This is my group coaching program where we change the way you think about things and provide tactics so that you can up level your business, just like we’ve talked about in this episode. If you would like to work with me directly inside my Committed to Growth group coaching program, it starts on March 18th. Visit www.andrealiebross.com/group-coaching to start the enrollment process.
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