Freedom From Urgency Part 2

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There are 6 things you need to focus on to gain freedom from urgency; in part one, we covered:

1. Margin: leave more time than you think you need for the things that matter; frenzy is a choice.

2. Intentionality: instill a sense of intent; in the absence of intentionality, urgency reigns supreme.

3. Boundaries: make sure that there are banks to your river; boundaries are the price of impact.

In part two, we will cover:

4. Systems: creating scalable processes for doing things in a systemic way

5. Humility: having an accurate view of oneself

6. Endings: leaders understand the value of ending things proactively

  • The price of impact is sustained focus
  • The enemy of sustained focus is unending urgency
  • ·Freedom is a learned skill
  • Your freedom is a reflection of your attitude

4. Systems: creating scalable processes for doing things in a systemic way

Why should you create a system?

  • You need to establish systems if you want to create workflow consistency and reliability
  • A business without systems is a nightmare for their customers

When should you create a system?

  • Any time you repeatedly do something the same way because it's the best way to do it

How to create a system?

  • Do the task, no matter the scale, a big workflow, or a mundane task.
  • Document the process, write it clearly and concisely in a bullet point format
  • Delegate the task, hand it off to a team member

5. Humility: having an accurate view of oneself

  • As a leader, your desire to appear important often conflicts with the work that is important.

Three truths about you

  • You can’t do it all
  • You are really easily distracted
  • You like to be recognized and celebrated

What humility does:

  • Establishes priorities and awareness of limitations
  • Minimizes distraction proactively
  • Accepts that important work is often unseen

Books on humility

6. Endings: leaders understand the value of ending things proactively

Questions to help practice proactive ending

  • What are the things on your schedule or filling your time that are good but will never be best?
  • What is sick or unhealthy and not showing signs of getting better?
  • What are the things that if you're honest with yourself have been dead for a while, you're just afraid to admit it?

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