If you are going to live according to a realistic schedule and maintain margin for your most important priorities, you must make some tough decisions about accessibility. The more successful we are, the less accessible we must become. Otherwise we’ll end up cheating those relationships and projects that matter most. In this podcast, we’ll help you avoid those mistakes.
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In this episode, you’ll discover:
- How to decide who needs access to you and who doesn’t.
Practical steps to limiting accessibility via email and social media.
One thing you absolutely must understand and embrace (even if you don’t like it).
How to overcome two of your fears– missing opportunities and disappointing people.
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My favorite part of doing these podcasts is participating in the conversation they provoke. Each week, I ask one question. This week, it is this:
Question: Which of these steps resonated with you today? What action will you take to limit your accessibility for greater success?
Explore Additional Resources
In this episode we mentioned the following resources:
- Podcast: Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast
Voicemail Software: Grasshopper
Free Ebook: Shave 10 Hours Off Your Workweek
Help Desk Software: Groove
Michael Hyatt is the author of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller, Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. Recognized by magazines like Forbes and Inc as an important online marketing and leadership expert, he’s also the founder of Platform University and 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever. Read more about him here.
Michele Cushatt is a popular speaker and author. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or her blog. She’s a three-time cancer survivor with a powerful, personal story. Listen to it here or read about it in her memoir, Undone: A Story of Making Peace with an Imperfect Life.
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