Admittedly, this is some of the strangest advice I ever give. Telling my coaching clients to strive to be bored. But listen in and there’s a good chance this may be helpful advice for you too. Do you want more business yet find yourself overwhelmed with what you already have going on? Striving to be bored is the solution. This is not only an idea, I also offer specific action steps for you to take. In the end, you’ll get the results you want and maybe have some extra time on your hands.
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