This means I start working according to other people’s time schedule and not on my own.
In my daily life it looks like this:
If I’m not in control of my time, somebody else is.
My business will swallow me up and I’ll end up working myself into an early grave.
So every 4 months I revert back to the concept of “sovereignty”…sovereignty over my time and my business.
This begs the question: “Why do I allow myself to lose sovereignty in my business?”
It happens subconsciously. The more successful I become, the more my business grows and the more challenges I face.
It all comes down to having ‘time sovereignty’…being in control of my calendar.
Can I create boundaries each day to work on my business, while at the same time also work in my business?
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