Welcome to The Path To Mindset Mastery! My name is Brad Bizjack! I’m a mindset strategist and coach, inspirational speaker, and creator of Appreciation Academy. I help people to elevate their relationships, career, and mindset to the next level.
Time is the fairest resource of them all.
If you've used the excuse, "I don't have enough time", then you haven't mastered time. Having the mindset that you don't have enough time means you are limiting yourself to being stuck in the same spot. Just remember, every single person has the exact same amount of time in a day. Today, we are going to discuss the psychology of time and the idea that time is an emotion.
When I say time is an emotion, I mean that time is relative to how we feel in the moment. When we're waiting in line for a driver's license for 30 mins - how long does it feel compared to 30 mins at a theme park, spending time with your spouse, or doing a workout? We associate feelings with the activities we are doing and the time we are spending.
Have you ever wondered how Richard Branson owns 360 companies and has an incredible quality of life? Or even Tony Robbins owning 75 companies - that's 74 more companies than most people! How are people able to have more success and more time?
People with 5 figure salaries tend to have a similar mindset - of needing to do it ALL, and it often feels like it's not possible to get everything done. They focus on all things that are urgent and demanded and feel rushed and overwhelmed.
The 7 Figure Club, or people playing ball at a high level, are intentionally spend time on the things that are important.
Ask yourself this - you have a crammed week ahead with a tonne of important things you need to get done for clients, and your kid needs to go to the doctors. Do you manage to get your child to the doctor's? Yes. Do you get your work done? Yes, because you viewed these activities differently - they were musts.
A common mistake that people make is being independent to a fault. Take this example of a mom - someone who has multiple priorities. This mom has 5 children, looks after a household, and wants to build a 6 figure business to change her family's life forever, but she has so many responsibilities she is wondering how it is even possible! How does she get to the next level?
She needs to think about the 3 Paradigms of Life:
The idea that other people need to act in a certain way in order for you to feel act/ do/ something. E.g. My partner needs to take responsibility for my kids before I'm able to start a business.
2. The Mindset of I
Stop doing everything. How much time does this mom think she has? None! What happens when you don't think you have enough time? You lower your dreams to what feels realistic and as a result, she never evolves her capacity to think at the next level.
3. The Mindset of We
Adopt a mindset of interdependence and focus on your expertise. The mom in our example could delegate cooking meals to her kids, there are 5 of them - so one day a week, saving her between 5-10 hours! When you have more time and space in your mind - the possibility grows. Give up some control and embrace the Mindset of We!
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