Why do I teach the 30-hour workweek?

This is something that I teach in the Unbusy Entrepreneur Mastermind, and you’ve probably heard me talk about it before because I feel so strongly about it!

This is about so much more than just saving you time each week. There is a much bigger picture to it, so I am going to walk you through that in this episode. 

I am starting by telling you the 6 reasons you should consider it. Then, I am getting into how to know if this is work that is worthwhile for you to do.


Once you know how to do business in this clean, simple, constrained way, it is the way you will always grow your business. It will be the gift that keeps on giving to you as a CEO and as a business owner for the rest of your career.

If you want to learn more about all of this, you can apply for the next round of the Unbusy Entrepreneur Mastermind where I teach you how to simplify your schedule so that you're working 30 hours or less per week. The July round is almost full, so go to right now! If it is full by the time you get there, you can get straight on the waitlist for October!

Doing this work is so worth it for you, your life, and who you get to become. 

Don’t forget to download your podcast study guide so you can take action on today’s episode! 

Have a beautiful, unbusy week, and I will see you here next time! 

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The Paradox of Feelings About Time

+ Why I teach the 30-hour workweek
+ Why we’ve been taught that hours create money 
+ How to understand your own belief systems about time and money
+ Increasing your productive capacity
+ The importance of setting up systems and processes 
+ How to get clear on when and what to delegate 
+ Why you shouldn’t rely on your feelings to tell you whether you have the capacity for a new project

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