Have you ever wondered what it looks like to have a 4-hour work week? Well, I found out the hard way and I’m here to tell you about a few mindset shifts I had and what I learned in the process.

IN THIS EPISODE

2:10 In this time of being away from my business and having to take a break because of illness, this experience made me realize that I’ve got some emotional blocks around abandoning my tribe. This was something I thought I’d dealt with before and I want to share them with you.

3:29 Thinking and having gratitude for my team was something that was important this week. Not only did they continue to do their jobs, but they did my job too. The way they made me feel loved and cared for floored me. Building a team is not the easiest thing, but when you find those people and take the time to facilitate those relationships is worth the time.

5:37 If time and financial freedom are important to you, who do you have on your team? If you got sick, would they be able to run the business?

6:18 I had to deal with the feeling of not being needed and that goes back to some self-sabotage. We have four needs, we have the need for significance and having that four hour work week made me a little sad that I wasn’t able to talk to people. I had to do some mindset work on this feeling. I had to realize that it’s not about one person and their value, but the value of the tribe. I got to watch this unravel in my Facebook tribe as others shared stories and advice.

9:41 As a business owner, you want to see your clients walk away with value, even if it’s not something they’re paying for. This four hour work week has allowed me to step back and see the big picture of what I’ve created. Wow, it was rewarding.

10:59 If you currently have a team, take time today to thank them, love them, buy them a gift. They’re really the bread and butter of what you’re creating. Put it in your budget to buy them gifts. If you don’t have a team, identify what you want to outsource and start that process.

13:09 What are the things that you’re doing in your business that you absolutely love, why do you do what you do? If it’s the interaction and the face to face, you’re probably going to always want that. If you’re building passive income, you still want to have that face to face so you don’t lose that thing that light you up and make you happy.

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KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • In a 4 hour work week, I learned had to break through my own mindset blocks.
  • If time and financial freedom are important to you, who do you have on your team?
  • I had to deal with the feeling of not being needed and that goes back to some self-sabotage.
  • As a business owner, you want to see your clients walk away with value.

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