Updated: Apr 10
One of the most challeging aspects of working efficiently is learning how to delegate. However, what hapens with your efficiency when you get a task that you are not good at? Or worse, someone else on your team got a task that you are great at.
Here we will define the 3 B's tool that can increase your productivity. Plus share daily examples on how to use them and maybe gain a little extra time to do the things you really want to do.
It seems impossible, a tool than can increase productivity and bring joy into the decision
making process. Yep!
The 3 B's are Bag It, Barter It and Better It.
Bag It- don't do it if you really don't want to.
Barter it- delegate, hire someone to do it or swap out the task with someone else.
Better It- improve the experience by adding something fun or reward the outcome.
Have you ever been invited to attend a function, party or family event that you really don't want to go to? I know, me too. The obligation of it all! If these events do not fulfill you in some way, bring joy your spirit, or put money in your pocket then don't do it.
Sometimes I believe that I can do eveything, like baking. I can't! I put an unbelievable amount of pressure on myself to bake cakes, cookies and cupcakes that look and taste good. At our dinner parties I would bake - can you picture disaster on a platter. Before, I would power through it, now that I know how to use this excellent tool, I just Barter It.
My Husband Karl is an excellent baker. Lucky me!!
Finally, Better It. The thrill of adding even more joy to whatever you're doing. Is it possible? Yes. Exercising to a great Spotify List or listening to Disco while cooking a meal.
The 3 B's represent the power of choice. Why not choose to enjoy our tasks or better yet, choose to do less in order to free up time to enjoy more. To learn how, click here and book your consultation. Expand your awareness, preserve energy, boost productivity and open more time for yourself.
Let me know how the 3 B's worked out for you. Better yet, tweek them and share to make them better.
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