In an average week, how much of your time is spent doing the work that truly lights you up? How could you increase that?

In an average week, how much of your time is spent doing the work that truly lights you up? How could you increase that?

Each week we ask some leading questions to an entrepreneur or business owner.

Here’s some of our favourite replies to … In an average week, how much of your time is spent doing the work that truly lights you up? How could you increase that?


“I would say at least 60%, and that is on a bad week! I have learned to take action that is energetically aligned with how I am feeling that day so that I am always feeling great about what I do. I use time blocking strategies to help make sure I make progress on the things that matter most to me with consistency and discipline. This helps when motivation is down!”

Sarah Kalmeta, Founder and Coach at Pivot Point

“Sadly, not as much as I’d want it to – all because of lack of discipline.

I could increase that by joining The 5am club for a start, and join communities with similar hobbies.”

Zac Chua, Founder and CEO of The Kettle Gourmet

“It is normal to do both exciting and necessary things when running a business. Every day is different, and it all comes down to the effort and intention you put into these activities that make you smile. If some days are more challenging and tedious than others, it is essential to make room for the light and fun activities that will recharge and prepare you for the subsequent battles. Never forget that we can’t control time, but we can be structured and mindful of how we use it.”

Yamilette Cano, Founder of LOUDER Global

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