Consider, if you’re working to build the very big life you envision for yourself, then weekends are not for relaxing. They are for refining, building, and executing your plan.
Most people don’t work on weekends. But those who do get an extra 3.5 months a year to advance their objectives.
That’s a huge advantage.
If you’re performing above your potential and crushing your goals, good for you. Push forward or rebalance. Your choice.
But if you’re behind, on the edge, unsatisfied with your results, then how about adding up to 3.5 months of productivity to your year?
What about burnout, you say? That’s about aligning your work with your values and your dreams.
Not about time.
What about my employees, can I expect them to work as much as me? Not likely. They are making a different calculation than you as the business owner.
So if you want to live a life that is extraordinary, and generate extraordinary results and impact, it’s not happening in 40 hours a week.
You can literally do and have anything in your life, but you have to be willing to pay the price. Be honest with yourself about that tradeoff.
Now go get it!