Too many of us stay busy doing things that don’t really matter. We live in a self-created vortex of tasks and work, rarely pausing to consider:

  • Is this necessary?
  • Is it working?
  • Is it improving my life?
  • Is the return on this worth the time and energy it requires?

I read something the other day that I’m certain will improve my relationships, my work-life and my health. Not surprisingly, it wasn’t about relationships or health; it was about real estate.

When rennovating homes, most people spend money where it doesn’t need to be spent. They aren’t disciplined in how they deploy their funds. To counteract this tendency, they’re taught to break down potential home improvements into the following categories:

  1. Necessary and increases value
  2. Unnecessary and increases value
  3. Necessary and does not increase value
  4. Unnecessary and does not increase value

In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re talking about the application of this practice to our task lists, our communication and our goals.

I hope you enjoy it!

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