I can’t get away with the claim that I have no needs, because it isn’t true. We all have needs. Marketers, salespeople, psychologists, and coaches work with client needs regularly. My contention though isn’t with the concept of needs, but with the use of the word. It’s a noun, and also a very lame verb that doesn’t enable or inspire any action. “I need to lose 5 pounds” is hardly going to inspire me to change my eating and exercise habits. “I intend to lose 5 pounds”… now that’s better.
So what’s that got to do with how you can make better decisions with your time? Check out this short video, the latest episode of Timekeepers for some helpful tips.
And if you’re wondering about the second half of the title of this post, just consider one of the most popular questions of all time… “how are you?”. We’re asked this a dozen or more times every day. It’s a great opportunity and the single most impactful way you can inspire yourself to some amazing action. More on that in the video.
Please enjoy the video and if you’d like to explore how unconventional common sense like this can help you or your business make better decisions with your time, reach audacious goals, and become more empowered and energized toward an awesome outcome, please reach out to me.