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The number one complaint we hear from coaches and leaders is “I don’t have enough time”. 

But is that really the issue?

There’s plenty of data to support that on average we actually work less and have more “leisure time” than ever before… 

So what gives?

Today’s episode is a deep dive into the illusion of not having enough time and the questions we should be asking ourselves to get to the bottom of this: 

  • Are we simply filling our idle time with other tasks?
  • Is our to-do list mal-aligned with our values?
  • Are we comparing our time to others?
  • How are we “valuing” our time?
  • Why do we hate unwinding?
  • Who owns our time?

We’ll tackle these questions and other fallacies then give you a new approach* to figuring out how to make more time for the things that matter. 

*Hint: it’s not to wake up earlier, use a planner, go to bed later, or set a timer… 

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    Hi. I wanna be the best sprinter

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