Work Like a True CEO: How to Level Up to $1000/hour Activities

Hustling and working yourself to the bone is meaningless if it’s not applied to the highest and most profitable use of your time. The activities of a real estate investor are worth upwards of $1000 per hour. If our calendars are filled with lower dollar value tasks, we’ll never get off the hamster wheel and elevate our businesses. 

What are the lower dollar value activities we need to get off our plates immediately? How do we stop micromanaging and start macromanaging?

In this episode, you’ll learn how to elevate your business by stepping into the activities of a CEO.

Stop micromanaging. MACROmanaging is how you get things done through other people. Give them an objective and the result you want, and trust them to get it done.

Robert Syfert

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Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode

  • How to deal with the tasks you’re not good at
    Instead of spending time on learning and improving skills you are lacking, how can you put your time and effort to better use?
  • Why we need to grow through systems
    How do we automate our businesses so that dedicated systems do the heavy lifting for us?
  • How to create more freedom by empowering our people
    What’s the difference between micromanaging and macromanaging?

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