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Daily Charge: Distractions, Principle of Priority, and Investing Your Time To Cause Growth

daily charge May 27, 2020

Here's to making it a great Wednesday!

If you missed your daily charge from yesterday, I would encourage you to go back and read it here.  It'll provide some insight into what we're talking about today.

With that in mind, what you place inside your schedule is crucial to your performance and success.  Distractions come into play, you will 100% experience resistance, and you will be tempted to detach from what is truly important activity.


Distractions and resistance are extraordinarily clever.  They camouflage and mask themselves as opportunity, priority, and perceived risk if you don't pay attention to them. 

It is our job to have integrity, take responsibility, quickly recognize them, and execute on our plan through our schedule.

We cannot allow ourselves to take the easy route.  Designate and dedicate the majority of time to meaningful work that causes your business to truly move forward.

Your level of success is hinged on how you choose to invest your time.


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
"Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least."

Steven Pressfield
"The Principle of Priority states (a) you must know the difference between what is urgent and what is important, and (b) you must do what's important first."

1 QUESTION FOR YOU (and your daily charge)

Do you allow the urgent to mask as important?

I challenge you to align your schedule for tomorrow with the majority of your time allocated toward what is truly important in your business.  What is important?  The lifeblood of a business... relationships and revenue.


Until Tomorrow,

Andy Scherer
Founder of Pillar 9 Coaching

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