Stay in audit mode


You’ve started something on your list and realize you would rather do something else.

Do it.

It’s your list and you can (and should) re-write it whenever you want.

Sure, you want to get things done. But you have to be flexible about what you do and when you do it. You’re the boss. Don’t fight with your list.

Gary Vaynerchuk said,

People might be surprised by this: Even though I run a $200 million agency, I’m an obnoxious procrastinator.

But I also get a lot done.

I stay in constant “audit mode.” I’m always leveling up what’s most important and prioritizing it in real time. I’m adjusting to the reality of my life in the moment I’m living it.

Vaynerchuk is a busy guy. He has his finger in a lot of business pies and doesn’t worry about what he’s working on at any given moment.

“As long as I’m executing on something every single day, I know I’m moving the needle. I don’t get crippled by the amount of things I “need” to do, or the number of priorities I have.”

He doesn’t fight his tendency to procrastinate he embraces it and uses it his advantage.

Don’t prioritize your lists in advance. Stay in constant audit mode and prioritize in the moment.

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