Last year, I took 9-11 days completely offline 3 TIMES.  No internet, no phone, no work. . . nothing.

>> I took 9 days offline for Burning Man.

>> I spent 11 days in the Amazonian jungle in Peru. 

>> And I finally went on a Vipassana 10-day silent meditation course.

Many times before each of them I thought to myself:  “I don’t have time to go to Burning Man!” … “I have so much going on when I’m in Peru!” … “Maybe I should just cancel Vipassana!”

But, I went. And not only did I love each experience, but I actually GREW my business during each time off!! 

I literally came back from each with more work done, new clients and more money. {Here’s more about how I did it}.

Does it sometimes feel like there is NEVER a good time for you? Or you just never have enough time?

I’m sure you say to yourself “I don’t have time for X… now is not a good time for Y… I want to do Z, but maybe later … not yet …”

Do you say it once a week? Maybe even once a day? 

You see, time is your most valuable resource. And since the success of your business comes down to one thing — YOU! — why wouldn’t you invest the time into YOU to create more success?

YOU are the reason why others choose to pay you for your services. 

Every successful entrepreneur I know has not only a business coach, but a few coaches, masterminds, guides, mentors, etc. They go to lots of trainings, and spend as much time working on themselves as they do working on their successful business.

If you don’t take the time to grow yourself and “do work on” yourself, whether it’s business training, spiritual retreats, working with a coach, or other kinds of modalities, trainings, etc, that help you grow, how else would you be able to help others with their growth?

Whenever I have the thought “I don’t have time (or money) for…”, I remember the importance of investing time and money in yourself.  

Investing to grow YOU and your business helps your clients grow their business and themselves, which creates more abundance for you, and for them, and for the whole world.

Try noticing the next time you say “I don’t have time for…now is not a good time…maybe later…not yet…” and ask yourself this:

How are you putting yourself off for “later”?  

When and how will you invest time in yourself?  

When is it EVER a good time? (especially when NOW is all that truly exists?)  Are you really going to wait and wait and wait until you’re 85?

Much love,

Beth

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