Nov 13, 2019
Tyler and I just got back from a
week-long babymoon -- that’s a vacation before your baby arrives if
you’re new to the lingo like me. And I thought it would be fun to
have him on and share what our biggest takeaways from this trip
were as it relates to clockworking our own
I’m not around, the team challenges themselves to be more
resourceful and autonomous (proud mama) — sometimes you need to
leave to give them the confidence they need.
actually feels the interruptions just as much as you do sometimes —
they got so much accomplished while I was gone because they weren’t
stuck in the deciding distractions all day long back and forth —
that’s a huge inefficiency, whether it’s because you’re the one
getting asked the questions or the one who can’t make decisions
without someone else. So because they felt the confidence to keep
moving forward and make decisions in their areas, it allowed them
to more efficient and productive without me!
- I was
able to be fully present this trip versus worrying and thinking
about the business the entire time.
Time away always exposes the
weaknesses and that’s the only way we can improve! Schedule your
1-week vacation NOW and let us know on IG (@rlclockwork) what your biggest takeaway from this episode