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Master Your Time: Approach Your Week Like a Badass and Reclaim Your Dignity

Time is the most precious resource we have, yet many entrepreneurs struggle to manage it effectively. With only 24 hours in a day and 168 hours in a week, it's crucial to make the most of your time to ensure your business thrives. In this article, we will discuss strategies to help you plan your week like a badass, allowing you to make the most of your time and grow your business.

1. Be Honest About Your Time

First, you must be honest with yourself about how you use your time. Track your time for two weeks to identify where you may be wasting valuable hours on unimportant tasks. Recognizing these time-wasters will open your eyes to areas where you can improve your time management.

2. Get Clarity on What You Want (and Don't Want)

Next, gain clarity on what you truly want from your business and your life. Identify your goals and aspirations, as well as the things you don't want to spend your time on. This clarity will help you focus your efforts on tasks that align with your objectives and avoid those that don't.

3. Rank the Tasks You Do

To maximize productivity, rank the tasks you perform based on four categories:

  • Incompetent (I): Tasks you're not good at and don't enjoy

  • Competent (C): Tasks you're okay at but don't particularly enjoy

  • Excellent (E): Tasks you're great at but don't energize you

  • Sweet Spot (S): Tasks you excel at and love doing

By categorizing tasks in this way, you can determine where you should be focusing your time and which tasks to outsource or delegate. Aim to spend the majority of your time in your sweet spot, working on tasks that make you feel alive and propel your business forward.

4. Be Disciplined

Finally, discipline is key to effective time management. Commit to prioritizing your sweet spot tasks and scheduling them in your calendar. Treat these tasks as non-negotiable, like client meetings or sales appointments, and fit other tasks around them.

Learn to say no more often to things that don't align with your goals. Outsource or delegate tasks that don't fall into your sweet spot and focus on what you do best.

Consider having regular meetings with your team to ensure everyone is on the same page and working efficiently. By doing so, you'll create a more streamlined and productive work environment.


Mastering your time is crucial for business success and personal fulfillment. By being honest about your time, gaining clarity on what you want, ranking your tasks, and committing to discipline, you can approach your week like a badass and reclaim your dignity. With these strategies in place, you'll be well on your way to building a business that serves you and your goals.

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