If it gives you mediocre or even good value or doesn't help build you towards your biggest goals, then CUT IT!
By “cut” I mean ignore, delete, remove, fart in its general direction or otherwise do your best to make it take up little to none of your valuable time.
Being able to cut tasks is one of the biggest benefits of building your own business…
If I had a boss, I couldn't tell her, “nah, I don't wanna do that” or “I'm gonna outsource that boring busy work”
Take advantage of this massive advantage.
There are literally an unlimited number of tasks and task sets that you can do.
For all practical purposes, basically 99.999% of the task sets that come your way you want to NOT do…
And you want to move on quickly from deciding not to do them.
I'm regularly adding action items to my to do list that I don't end up doing…
…and I often end up never doing.
That's OK…in fact that's as it should be…
Don't worry about missed opportunities…
There are literally unlimited opportunities.
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