28 min

How to buy back your time (and why you really should‪)‬ Mission Daily

    • Self-Improvement

Delegating. Outsourcing. Reprioritizing. To the average person, these terms might give off a sense of passivity and lackluster effort. But in reality, business success doesn’t have to come at the expense of your freedom. Instead, successful entrepreneurs know how to pass along work that doesn’t inspire them, so they can focus on work that does. 
This week’s episode tackles the question, “Does free time have more impact on professional success than time spent working?” According to Wall Street Journal best-selling author Dan Martell, the answer is a resounding “yes.” According to Albert and Stephanie, there’s way more to this topic than meets the eye.
Tune in to hear a spirited discussion about how our hosts view this concept, how they create separation between their work and personal lives, and what things they value most from their own free time. (Spoiler: There may be a middle ground for some people, but Albert and Stephanie are definitely sitting on different sides of this debate.)
Links/Mentions:


Buy Back Your Time: Get Unstuck, Reclaim Your Freedom, and Build Your Empire by Dan Martell


The Wall Street Journal

Amazon Prime

Wordpress

YouTube

Fight Club

Netflix

 
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Questions, suggestions, or thoughts? Shoot us an email at info@mission.org 
Follow Stephanie on TikTok -> @lifeandtimesofstephanie 
Hit up Albert on Twitter -> @albert4waves

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Delegating. Outsourcing. Reprioritizing. To the average person, these terms might give off a sense of passivity and lackluster effort. But in reality, business success doesn’t have to come at the expense of your freedom. Instead, successful entrepreneurs know how to pass along work that doesn’t inspire them, so they can focus on work that does. 
This week’s episode tackles the question, “Does free time have more impact on professional success than time spent working?” According to Wall Street Journal best-selling author Dan Martell, the answer is a resounding “yes.” According to Albert and Stephanie, there’s way more to this topic than meets the eye.
Tune in to hear a spirited discussion about how our hosts view this concept, how they create separation between their work and personal lives, and what things they value most from their own free time. (Spoiler: There may be a middle ground for some people, but Albert and Stephanie are definitely sitting on different sides of this debate.)
Links/Mentions:


Buy Back Your Time: Get Unstuck, Reclaim Your Freedom, and Build Your Empire by Dan Martell


The Wall Street Journal

Amazon Prime

Wordpress

YouTube

Fight Club

Netflix

 
---
Questions, suggestions, or thoughts? Shoot us an email at info@mission.org 
Follow Stephanie on TikTok -> @lifeandtimesofstephanie 
Hit up Albert on Twitter -> @albert4waves

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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