414: Why We Struggle To Create What We Want

In today’s episode we’re talking about how there’s a difference between knowing how you want things to work and doing work.

In life & business, many of us struggle to create success because we aren’t balanced or consistent in our approach.

Today I’m talking about the book The E-Myth Revisted by Michael Gerber. Though the book is about business, it talks about how there are 3 primary approaches to work and how we struggle when there is an imbalance in them.

While this is certainly true in business ownership, it’s just as true, if not more, in life.

The tactician – executes tasks. Gets things done. A to-do list lifer!

The manager – strategist. Pragmatist. Planner.

The entrepeneur – visionary. Dreamer. Big ideas.

We need all three. We can’t just go through life crossing tasks off a list. We can’t create plans without executing them. We can’t have vision without action. We can’t succeed without vision.

If you feel like you aren’t sure what you want for your life, listen to this episode.

If you feel frustrated that you create plans but don’t implement them, listen to this episode.

If you feel like you’re so busy doing what has to be done that you have no time to create a life you love, listen to this episode.

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The E-Myth Revisted by Michael Gerber

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