It’s a scientific fact:
The number of smart decisions you can make in a day is limited.
“What will I wear today?”
“What will I eat for breakfast?”
“What business task should I knock out first?”
Each of these decisions drain your mental energy.
And the tougher the decision, the more it fatigues your noggin.
But I have a simple solution…
Make decisions and stick to them (even if they’re not optimal).
Because when you commit to your decisions — you reduce your need to make them — which gives you more clarity on the decisions at hand.
- I’m married and have been in a long-term relationship with my wife for nearly 9 years. Which means no more dating and all the decisions that come with that process (Whew!)
- I recently bought a house in Baltimore (which I love) and plan on living here for the next 7-10 years at least
- I stick to a rigid workout routine that I complete in the late afternoon every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
- I eat the same handful of meals for breakfast and lunch every weekday
- I’ve driven my 2003 Honda Element for the past 4 years and plan on keeping it until the engine or transmission literally fall apart (which based on its current condition, won’t happen for another 4-6 years)
My mind is clear, free, and focused on the critical business decisions that chronically and inevitably appear during the day-to-day process of managing Strategic Profits.
I have extra bandwidth to focus on the decisions that have a massive impact on our success.
And I sleep easy knowing that most big decisions in my life are handled.
It’s been a game-changer for my productivity.
So if you want the same…
Then do what I do and make decisions that you can stick with long-term, automate the recurring ones, then rarely give them a second thought.
And when you do, you’ll slash your daily decision fatigue up to 70%.
I guarantee it.
Your pen pal,