Many business owners and CEOs work very, very hard to achieve ultimate harvest. This is the elusive big “pay day” where they get to relax and finally enjoy the fruits of their hard work and sacrifice.
But what happens when that pay day never seems to come? What if impatience and discouragement sets in? This comes from a lack of business harvest strategy.
In this video you’ll learn a strategy I work on with my coaching clients to help keep them revitalized and continually motivated to succeed.
- Watch this video and assess if you have clearly defined your mini-harvests as a CEO and business owner.
- Schedule an event per year where you enjoy the fruits of your labors for the previous year (e.g. a vacation or a large investment in a hobby you enjoy).
- Schedule a recurring monthly event to review and celebrate the previous month.
- Schedule a specific day in a week to enjoy something fun that you love to do.
- Schedule a time in your day to take a quick break from all the work that’s going on (e.g. going for a walk, listening to music, or taking a nap).
- Share your perspective or ask questions on this page.
- The ultimate harvest is that point off in the future when CEOs and business leaders are finally able to enjoy all the fruits of their hard work.
- The ultimate harvest is what drives most business leaders forward in working on their business day in and day out.
- The problem with ultimate harvest is that the reward is so far off into the future that CEOs and business leaders burn themselves out.
- You can establish short term targets with mini-harvests along the way:
- Yearly Harvest
- Monthly Harvest
- Weekly Harvest
- Daily Harvest
- It is very important to give yourself the ability to have a mini-harvest each day.
This post was sponsored by the Dave Crenshaw’s Invaluable CEO Coaching program. Would you like to work one-on-one with Dave to develop a strategy for your business? Click here to learn how to apply: http://DaveCrenshaw.com/CEO (For business owners and CEOs only)