I wanted to share something with you that’s already made an incalculable difference in 2012, and I hope you’ll take the weekend to really think about it.
Last last year, while reflecting over 2011 and planning 2012, I decided – in 2012 – my time would be worth $300 an hour. I don’t mean necessarily charging $300 an hour. I mean – acting like it.
This year, fueled by my new-found mental wealth, I’ve watched two things radically transform:
- Who I decide to spend time with and how much of that time.
- How I carry myself to make sure I’m delivering $300 an hour to myself and to others.
Nothing changed. Except my mindset.
And that changed everything.
How would you carry yourself if you were worth $300 an hour?
I’m not quite sure whether you’re actually earning that yet or not is relevant.
Why not try it on Monday? Just Monday.
Make every choice and carry out every action as if your time is worth $300/hr.
Think about it this weekend:
- What will you do?
- What won’t you do?
- To whom will you say ‘yes?’
- To whom will you say ‘no?’
Today’s your lucky day. You just got a mental raise.
On Monday, while you’re looking at the world a little differently, I’ll be sharing the defining characteristics of world-class customer service.
On Tuesday, I’d love to hear your story.