Two weeks ago I wrote a post about how I wanted to really push myself while my family is out of town. Today I met up with them, ending my alone-time.
So, how’d I do? Continue reading Two Weeks Follow Up
Yesterday my wife and three boys left for San Diego to house sit her sister’s house while they’re away (and to have a nice, southern California, lazy, beach summer vacation). I knew the trip was coming, but it wasn’t until earlier this week that I realized that they’d be gone for 16 days before I see them again.
The initial emotion was sadness, but it was quickly followed up by excitement and anticipation. Think about the potential! I can do so much more work! Continue reading What Can You Accomplish In Two Weeks?
I’ve been avoiding the hard questions lately, and I believe it’s holding me back.
What is the one thing I can do such that by doing it makes everything else easier or unnecessary?
How do I provide value to this person?
What is the most important thing I can do with my kids right now?
How do I strengthen my relationship with my wife?
How do I deepen my testimony and understanding of the gospel/my religion?
What is the one thing that I can do to double sales for my company in the next three months?
What can I do to raise the financing I need to make our movie?
How can I achieve more by doing less?
Come on, you know you’ve googled that before.
I’ve got a great personal example for you from the last two weeks. Adding it all up, I’m guessing I spent 50+ hours working on rebuilding and relaunching my wife’s photography website from scratch. I mean COMPLETE redesign. Continue reading What Does “Hustle” Look Like?
This week I was able to attend the inaugural Entrepreneur Simplified Entrecon at Utah Valley University. For a first run, it was pretty well put together, and I thoroughly enjoyed most of it.
Better than that, there were two HUGE opportunites. First, Alan (my business partner) and I got awarded scholarships to ES’s retreat next week, a $3500 value. We get to go for free, so that’s pretty exciting. I know a number of people that have gone through it and said it was lifechanging, so I’m excited to see how it goes.