Principles of Lifestyle Design (My Experience)

– Hey guys, Peter Moriarty here and I am covering my favorite lifestyle design hacks, tips, lessons and learnings from everything that I’ve learned in designing my life And of course, this is inspired by a book called “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Tim Ferriss, really, really brilliant book Paved the way for a lot of business owners, entrepreneurs, digital nomads and those who wanted a more flexible lifestyle And this is really behind a lot of the thinking behind remote teams and remote work This was, I guess, one of the stepping stones to that revolution happening So I’m really glad to share a little bit about the kind of principles that I learned from that book Also, some of my experience having, I like to think of practice, pretty much most of it and sharing that good stuff with you guys So if it’s lifestyle design, lifestyle design is all about having happiness now, rather than later And so what that means is doing things you’d love now, rather than the idea of kind of like waiting for retirement to do things that you love, right? Pretty simple idea, but not many people get that right And for many business owners, they get into business with the idea that I’m gonna start a business and that’s gonna give me freedom Whereas, quite often the opposite actually happens You get very consumed in the business and especially in the startup phase, let’s think about like the first one, two, three years in growing a business, it can be pretty darn tough and requires a lot of your time And so this vehicle that was supposed to create freedom and if you’re an entrepreneur who’s one of those, wants to stick it to the man kind of people got a chip on your shoulder that you wanna prove to the world I know that’s not everyone, but for some people certainly then you’ve gone from this act of independence, of starting your own business to oh my God, now I’m like, chained to this thing So yeah, that’s a very interesting concept to delve into And so not only being in business or running a business can actually have the opposite effect on your freedom, than you may expect but it can perpetuate this idea of I’m gonna hustle now, so I can enjoy life later I mean, let that sink in ’cause there’s a lot of people promoting hustle, right? I’m gonna hustle now so that I can enjoy life later Isn’t that a dangerous thought? And so the idea of lifestyle design is designing a life that you enjoy now, other than waiting or pushing it off to some time in the future ‘Cause I’ve got a pretty cynical opinion of hustle, hustle, hustle, hustle for life, as I think that it’s really quite an addictive tendency And I think it’s a way of pushing down emotions, pushing down the enjoyment of life and staying in that state of survival mode for long, long periods of time And I’ve seen this in many friends that are entrepreneurs in this and other business owners that I’ve observed, where business is like a drug and they even have trouble getting off that drug And even a close friend of mine and I won’t name him who was exiting a business and had all this free time on his hands, and then rather than having a few months off, and taking some R&R time, immediately jumped straight into another business for a number of years And I just kind of observed that and I went, wow, that’s crazy, this is like a drug It’s like a drug for people to be on that merry go round So lifestyle design is basically getting off that merry go round and if that’s something that you like the idea of then give us a thumbs up And if you haven’t already shared this video with anyone you think might be interested, then please go ahead and do that Okay, so let’s come back to the idea of freedom I define freedom in a few different ways, right? You can have location freedom, that’s, pretty obvious Time freedom is another important freedom and then your freedom on let’s say, your money or your income, or how you generate your ability to live And so those different ideas of freedom and when we work with a business, we do technology, consulting, right? But I’m always trying to create more freedom for customers, which means, can we save someone money, can we save someone time, or can we give them more flexibility So whether it’s, putting stuff in Google Drive, or switching them over to a cloud based CRM system and getting them off a legacy Microsoft Server or something like that, whatever we’re doing, I’m trying to create more freedom for that person So that’s kind of like , the idea behind why I really love this idea of, the concept of lifestyle design, is it about getting away from being chained to your business and we happen to people with technology That’s how we hope that happen Giving someone freedom gives you options and that’s what I really like about this concept Freedom gives you options and this great movie, it’s called “The Gambler” And it’s a Mark Wahlberg film It’s pretty good, go and watch it And it’s basically a gambling addict, right? And he’s borrowing money from loan sharks and the loan shark played by John Candy is giving him a schooling and basically giving him a bit of coaching and he says, you know what you need, you need fuck off money and fuck off money is basically enough Sorry, if anyone’s got kids watching, just turn the volume down Fuck off money is basically when you’ve got enough money in the bank , but you can still go to work, you can still enjoy life, you can still do whatever activities you wanna do, but you don’t have to answer to anyone And the quote goes, if your boss tells you to do something you don’t wanna do, tell him to fuck off

If a customer doesn’t want to work with you tell them to fuck off If someone says you can’t park there, tell me fuck off because you basically got fuck off money sitting in the bank, right? What I like about that is the idea that you don’t need to be controlled by anyone else And I think that really hits home with entrepreneurs If business owners aren’t having to be controlled by the business but not having to be controlled by us and I know for myself personally like, why I started a business, was as I was growing up in my childhood, I didn’t have a really safe family environment in the home that I was growing up with, my parents went through a nasty divorce, I was eight years old and so I was quite young and running a business and earning income for myself becoming self sufficient, was my way of having that safety of okay, I can tell anyone to fuck off and I’m gonna be okay We’ve got this idea of building up our freedom, right? Through our income in the business But it’s not just money freedom, it’s also time freedom and it’s also flexibility as well But the key thing with lifestyle design is I don’t want to wait to enjoy it The idea of retirement waiting to be 50 or 60 years old, which to me as a Gen Y, seems extremely foreign for Gen Xers and the baby boomers that are on the call as well Idea of like saving up for retirement and work, work, work, work, work just seems pretty nuts, right? Because the chances are that you’re gonna have some kind of ailments like that’s just literally the chances you’re gonna have some kind of body ailments That means that you’re not gonna actually be able to enjoy life by the time you get to 60 or 70 years old That’s number one Number two, if Coronavirus hasn’t got you, then you know how much of your life can you enjoy once your golden years have already gone? And so lifestyle design is really about designing your business, your life, your income and the things you do around the life that is really, really fulfilling now and getting off the addiction train of, I’ll do it later or I’ll enjoy myself later I have many people who say to me many times, Peter you have a really great life or you do all these fun things all the time or it looks like you’re really enjoying yourself and I say yeah, Leo’s I’ve designed it this way Exactly like that, that’s exactly what I want I wanna a life that’s awesome So if you wanna a life that’s awesome, this is something for you to dig into Okay, first thing I want you to do, we’re gonna do an exercise together and I want you to value your time Because understanding the value of your time is the most important thing for you to understand What things you should be doing or what things you shouldn’t be doing And I think you’ve got a bit of an inkling of where we’re gonna get to here, we’re gonna get to some delegation, right? So I want you to take your yearly, not your income, but your yearly top line sales revenue Okay? So your yearly revenue and if you’ve got a budget or if you’ve got like a goal revenue for the year and I’m not talking about your like blue sky goal, I’m talking about what is your realistic goal of the next 12 months of revenue, right? I want you to write down that number So just like grab out your calculator, grab out your phone and I want you to write down that number So it’s 12 months of top line sales, top line revenue This is all of your income, all the business income I want you to take that and I want you to divide it I’m gonna put the number in here I want you to divide it by 8020 Okay? So you’re gonna take your full year income and you’re gonna divide it by 8020 and you’re gonna get a new number Now when you put your number in there, so I’m gonna take mine So my all revenue this year is probably gonna be around the 3 million mark So I’m gonna take that and I’m gonna divide it I’m gonna give you a second to go and divide that as well If I can find my calculator So we’re taking your year’s revenue and we’re gonna divide it by 8020 There we go, cool All right, so I got 374, right? So that’s mine It doesn’t matter what number you get I don’t care what number you get We’re talking about revenue here not profit, so it doesn’t matter anyway, right? Okay, now that number 8020 is very important number 8020 is, 40 times 52 40 hours times 52 weeks Now, I know not everyone works 40 hours, not everyone works 52 weeks, this is a guideline only But what that equates to is the number of hours that you have per year And what you did was you just divided your revenue by the number of hours that you have available in your inventory And what you then have is what is your hourly rate So if you’re a business owner, if you’re CEO, if you’re a manager, that is the hourly rate that you are responsible for That is the amount of revenue that you need to generate in the organization that you run for every hour that you work Now, are you actually billing that much? No, not necessarily But your responsibility as the CEO is for that organization to generate a commercial result, equal to that much money, every single hour that you’re working in the business That is the new value of your time And what I want you to do is take this number and apply it everywhere in your life So in your business and also in your home life as well If you are doing anything that is worth less than that amount per hour, you shouldn’t be doing it That’s up to someone else And so doing this is gonna help you buy back a whole bunch of your time, right? This is gonna be really, really good Now this, you’re probably getting some ideas pop up into your head right now So when you start taking some notes, right? Start writing down some notes about what kind of things that might be happening in your life right now that you shouldn’t be doing and post those in the comments, right down below, post them in the comments

What are you doing right now that you shouldn’t be doing And the three things that we’re gonna do with each one of those We’re either gonna delegate, we’re gonna delete, which means stop doing or we’re gonna automate Delegate, delete or automate So how to think about those Now, doesn’t matter what stage of business you’re at, you can do this exercise every year And I guarantee every single time I do this exercise, I think of one extra thing that I’m not doing It might be the cleaning, it might be the cooking, it might be the bookkeeping, it might be replying to YouTube comments, which I worked out this week is probably not a good use of my time You’re always gonna have things come up that are not a good use of your time and you wanna outsource or delegate to someone else Alright, so drop it in the comments let me know what are you going to delete, delegate or outsource? What are you gonna pass on to someone else? Now you know the value of your time As another way of looking at this and that is that one of the principles in the book This is in The 4-Hour Workweek, which is the Bible, right? That is to look at well, if you were to compare a high flying CEO of a publicly listed organization, who’s earning a couple of million dollars a year as a salary, right? But is working 80 hours a week Compare that to an E-Commerce Entrepreneur who’s earning $100,000 a year, but it’s only working one hour a week or two hours a week Well, who’s actually getting more value for their money and for their time invested So that’s the other way of looking at this equation But I’m really interested in that in what you guys are doing right now that is below your new pay grade We’ve now valued our time and we’ve realized some of the things that we’ve, we can delegate or we can automate I now wanna talk about more of the lifestyle side of things And this is really where me being a young person interested in travel, do have flexibility I don’t have kids at the moment, right? So I’ve got a little bit less responsibility And I’ve been able to really take the lifestyle design to the extreme And so I’ve had a couple of years where I’ve digital nomads, so I’ve been completely a nomad working from wherever I wanted to, traveling literally with a backpack, doing the vagabonding thing Had times where I’ve been in a particular location but I’ve traveled overseas like, nearly every month sometimes I’ve had times where I’ve strapped a backpack on and just started buying one way tickets, which is one of the things that was on my bucket list I’ve enjoyed the freedom and flexibility of location independence away from my business And this is what we’re gonna be going a little bit deeper into It doesn’t necessarily mean that strapping on a backpack and buying one way tickets is for everyone Absolutely understand that it isn’t But the principle is still really important When you remove the ties to location independence, when you remove the ties to (mumbles) dependence on certain customer, certain way of doing business, certain business model, certain ways of thinking, you really open yourself to more success and you open yourself to more rewards that come your way As an example, we’ve had customers that we’ve helped that over the years clarifying their business, right? Taking them from legacy IT systems into the Google world And one of those customers who came along to us was actually driving to the office every day just to check his emails because he wasn’t able to access his emails from home The Remote Desktop Connection was too slow and it was like a shit situation, right? So he was driving to the office every day to get his emails done We got everything on the cloud and what he ended up doing was I remember, he emailed me a couple of weeks after we had his project implemented And he said, hey, Pete, I’m literally sitting here, watching my son play cricket While I’m catching up on some emails and doing a little bit of work, sitting on the sidelines I mean, he literally said, like you’ve changed my life, like this has literally been life changing So what I really love about that is that something as simple as freeing yourself up location wise, means that you can really, really affect the quality of your life, if that means more time with your kids If that means more time with family and friends If that, hopefully if you as a business owner means more time taking holidays, then that’s gonna be a really good thing So I wanna talk about holidays No, it’s part of Australian culture to get what is it, three or four weeks of holiday leave per year, right? And most people take like one big holiday per year However, the idea is that Tim Ferriss puts forward in the book “The 4-Hour Workweek” had to take lots of mini holidays and mini retreats So mini holidays and mini retreats are about getting away and getting a refresh without saving up for a big holiday What happens when you save up for a big holiday, right? You kind of prepare for it, you get ready to put your phone on silent, or you prepare your team and then you do the kind of like the big going away thing And when you then come back into the real world, you can tend to have a bit of a hangover, where you kind of have to reintegrate back into normal life And for some of us, that can even be a bit of anxiety that comes up Oh God, I have to go back to that way of operating, right? And I certainly suffered this and what actually ended up happening, is rather than me having a quality holiday, because I spent most of my holiday worrying about what was going on in the business What I found was I wasn’t actually having quality time away and so I had less of those holidays So the idea of a mini holiday is to have these every three months or every four months and basically have multiple holidays per year

Obviously with being able to work from different devices, being able to work in different locations with structuring your business better, delegating tasks to your team, so you’re not a bottleneck, that’s gonna give you the opportunity to have more of that family time and do more of those holidays, right? Now, how do you find the balance between having lots of holidays and actually still being connected to your phone? ‘Cause that can be a real problem, right? You know, I found in the last five years, most of my holidays, I would say, are probably work holidays, with a little bit of leisure time thrown in, right? And I’d say that’s probably 70 or 80% of my holidays and that’s something that I’ve had to recognize and go oh, wow, shit, like most of my travel has actually only been for work Now. I’ve done that heaps, right? It’s been like nearly every month, that also gets a bit fatiguing And I think the balance and the recharge time is really important, that’s the most important thing amongst everything else your recharge time is the most important So what these many holidays are about is about getting the recharge time If right now you are someone who has changed your mobile phone, you’re thinking, well, Pete, if I went away once every three months, and I’d have to like, switch my phone off and I’d be worried about whether or not the calls went through to my team It may be an issue of you not having a good routing system of actually getting work, from your customers to your team And so that may be using, shared collaborative mailboxes in your email system, so that customers have some way to email that’s not you all the time We have that set up, anyone can email it and about 35 people can see into that inbox and action things so that customers don’t have to email me Even if a customer has a problem, they can click a little feedback button, and then the team will be notified and they will be able to take care of that again without it having to be escalated to me And then number two, we use our app called Dialpad And that is a cloud based VoIP online phone system, integrates fully with G Suite and what that means is that when a customer calls that main line, it’s automatically gonna go through to the team But if I need to take a call, doesn’t matter where I am, I have my mobile and I can actually take calls from the app that is on my phone as well, which is very cool So it’s about extending the amount of leisure time that you have and making sure that you, your family are getting decent recharge time And I did a really good video on this last week where I covered how to actually make sure that you are healthy and make sure that you are having good balance So go ahead and check that out And if you’re a customer of ours inside our concierge members area, I have a deep dive with some tools from one of our customers, Andrew Mae, who is a high performance specialist and there is a self diagnostic tool in there on how you can actually check in on how you’re doing with your recovery, how you’re doing with your exercise, with your movement, with your environment, with your sleep, with how you approach your work and how you recover and making sure that you’re healthy But mini holidays are a very important part of that Okay, the last one I wanna talk about, your different leavers of optimizations Now you have different ways of optimizing different areas of your life and for most of us, for the most part, we optimize our income, right? And I’ve done a lot of study on wealth creation and managing my income and building wealth over the last two years specifically I’ve been diving right into it Because for the last 10 years of growing and scaling my business, most of what I focused on was building my income But like many business owners, I didn’t really take all that much off the table and begin to build wealth So I’ve been on that journey of building wealth alongside building my income now and I’ve noticed a bit of a shift in some of the ways that I’ve been working So let’s talk about optimizing for different areas of your life For many of us, the first thing we wanna optimize is our income, that makes absolute sense, right? Because until you have your income that exceeds your living expenses, you’re never gonna get ahead If you’ve got a little bit of debt hanging around, whether it’s in the business or consumer debt, you literally have to have the income exceeding your expenses if you’re ever gonna take care of that, right? And we all know about lifestyle creep And what happens is sometimes we earn more income and then we start spending more, we move to a bigger house or we leverage ourselves more and the market goes up and goes down, starts to squeeze us We all know the traps there, I’m not gonna hammer on about that But the important thing is that, as you would know, once you get to a certain level of income and I think it’s around 80 or $100,000, Australian, that was certainly the case for me, that once you go above that level of income, your happiness doesn’t actually increase the more income that you earn There have been plenty of studies done on this But once you hit a certain level of income, your happiness will not increase And I know that for a fact, because once I hit that particular threshold, I was like, oh, okay, cool Well, with more income, like I can buy a nicer vacuum cleaner, when I shop for a vacuum cleaner or I can buy like the organic stuff at Woolies, rather than the non-organic stuff Like I don’t wake up any happier Because Oh my God, I bought that amazing organic broccoli And so what we’re looking to do here is to, first you wanna get to that milestone, right? So if right now you’re not yet at that milestone of I’m comfortable and I have more than I need for my living expenses, that’s what you wanna optimize, focus on optimizing your income Now after you optimize that, after you’ve reached

that threshold, this is where most people get it wrong, they just keep going, they keep going, going, going, going, because I’m gonna link that back to the addictive nature of being in business And if you’re in business to avoid something or because you’re an entrepreneurship addict or just because you can’t stop, or if you’re, dealing with some kind of trauma by being in business, then you like, you’re never gonna get off that train However, to grow and to shift to the next level for yourself, what you then need to do is actually start optimizing for other areas of your life The next one that you want to optimize for is time So optimizing for time is now okay, I’ve got my basics taken care of Business has enough income to support me and to support itself and to grow and to be profitable and continue to invest in the business Great, now let’s start optimizing for time And that’s where that second equation comes in How many dollars of income am I getting in net return from the ventures that I’m a part of and how many hours did I invest in them? And that’s when you can start looking at things like okay, well, I have, let’s say you’ve got some property investment or maybe you like to trade some shares in the share market and start looking out for each of the activities that I do that is generating the income, how much time am I investing in that and then what is the return per hour spent on that time that has actually invested each one of those And then we optimize for time, we optimize for time, we optimize for time, we optimize for time and you can use the exercise that I shared earlier, on what your time is worth for you to get a bit of a sense on what kind of things you can start delegating or outsourcing Now, some of the things that I delegate and outsource are things like, doing the washing, doing the cleaning at home It’s someone to drive to IKEA for me and pick some stuff up, if I need someone to put together the IKEA stuff, I get them to take care of that (mumbles) is great, but I do actually enjoy the process of cooking, so I do tend to cook from time to time That’s all the home stuff, Anything in the business that you are doing as an entrepreneur that is a repeating process You guys know this, if you’ve listened to me for a long time, needs to be created in a system and then passed on to someone else, you should only be doing your highest and best use tasks, just the tasks that you can bring the magic on and really passing on everything else to everyone else Okay, there are other customers that actually said to us that when he rolled out Dialpad and he had his business phone system on his mobile over the Christmas break, he was able to take a longer holiday This is Aaron, his name is, he was able to take a longer holiday and they made like an extra 10 grand over the Christmas holidays because he was actually able to answer the phone funny that hey, he had a longer holiday and he made an extra 10 grand That’s pretty awesome So we’ve talked about optimization, one of the last points that I wanna make to you guys to design your business and design your reality around the life that you want The first thing you need to do in deciding what life you want is to literally do that decide Create your dream board, create your goals and really reflect on, what is the life that I want? What do I want it to look like? What do I wanna do every day? If you’ve not heard of the Perfect Day exercise, that is an exercise where you write down your perfect day I wake up in the morning, I’ve I’ve slept in a little bit I wake up to the sunrise, I smell the roses, I don’t know, whatever you do in the morning, shower, shave and shit probably And then, for me when I wrote my perfect day was like, alright, well, I wanna live near the beach, I wanna have a good view I wanna have a partner with me I wanna be engaged in creative projects I wanna be working probably like three days a week and I wanna have a business which pays all the bills on autopilot, so I don’t have to think about it And then I have extra money to invest and work on bigger goals and put into other businesses and in other opportunities, but also spend time giving back and mentoring and having more of an impact as well So once I had optimized for income, that was step one Step two and step three was optimizing for time We already talked about that But then the third step is optimizing for lifestyle And when you optimize for lifestyle, you start moving the pieces of the puzzle, so they suit your lifestyle And one of my mentors, his name is James Schramko He was teaching me about lifestyle design himself and he actually sold one of his businesses, because the upkeep on that business was just something that kept interrupting him and kept interrupting his work Now, I also used to own a hosting company as well And that was something that I’d get calls at two o’clock in the morning because the server was down and the team hadn’t taken care of something and there was an escalation and I was notified as the final, final emergency contact in a series of emergency contacts and I just kind of went, no, no, this doesn’t suit my lifestyle goal So we ended up selling that business We had another business that was keeping us in Sydney, by providing on site technical services to our customers And that was literally hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in recurring revenue, which I said no to and shut down I called every one of our customers and I said, hey, how we’re charging 1000 bucks a month for support, yeah, well, I’m gonna charge you $150 a month now How do you how do you like that? Okay, good, I’m not coming on site anymore So we did that, right? And we basically switched off hundreds of thousands of dollars a year But what that opened us up to was me being location independent, which was important to me But number two, it actually opened us up to

modify our business model, so we could serve as customers all over Australia and then eventually all over the world as well Which was a really, really big shift for our business So there’s this idea that well, you either run a performance business or you run a lifestyle business, right? And to an extent, I agree with that, you need to choose whether your business is gonna have a future, being able to be sold Whether your business is gonna build enterprise value above just an income for yourself Those are important concepts and it is important to be intentional about the business that you’re creating However, I do think that you can have a high performing business which also fits in with your lifestyle and I think you should Because you’re the business owner, you fucking deserve it You should have a business that actually works for you and is gonna work with your goals And sometimes that requires having tough decisions made Tough decisions around, products and services I’m gonna provide, how am I gonna support my customers and how is my business model gonna fit my lifestyle Now, one of the things that I know is that we don’t really work well with large enterprises customers We got a few customers who had like 1000 employees and above, right? So technically that’d be enterprise But I’m talking about like five or 10,000 type employee enterprises, the Woolworths and those guys, right? There on G Suite, were Australia’s top partner for Google There’s no reason why we shouldn’t be talking to them and doing business with them But the first thing they say is, hey, can you come to our office and do a presentation in the boardroom, right? Most of these guys do I’m not painting everyone with the same brush and Woolworths are pretty googly to be honest But many of these businesses want that from us, we can’t deliver that Or they want to technician to come on site when something goes wrong, we can’t deliver that And so there are certain things that we just have to say no to, because of the decisions that I’ve made around the lifestyle that I want And so I implore you to consider in your business, what decisions do you need to make in the business, so the business fits your lifestyle ‘Cause that’s what it’s about, we’re about optimizing our lifestyle and remember designing our lifestyle for it to be exactly how we want it to be The final take away, the final action item for you is if you do a dream board and you do a Perfect Day exercise So you draw up that dream board of exactly what you want your life to look like in the next five to 10 years and you do your Perfect Day exercise, then they will subconsciously manifest in your life, I promise you They are the kind of things that just happen when you set the intention out there and you do them And I wrote a Perfect Day exercise, literally, one year later, it happened Totally crazy, super powerful And, I feel right now I feel so blessed that I’m able to live my perfect day so much, now that I’ve actually built that and created that Paul has said, I argue with my wife about working holidays, your thoughts if you have time That’s a really, really good one, Paul Look, I think your wife will be okay, if you’re having more holidays, even if there’s a little bit of work happening Now, I don’t like the idea of going to a holiday destination and sitting in the hotel with your laptop all day long I love the idea of punching out one hour of work and then that’s it And I understand if you’re in the growth phase of your business that you may not be able to disappear for a week or for weeks at a time, I probably would never disappear completely offline for weeks at a time I have done it before I tend to time at around, Christmas holidays or something like that, if I really want to I could I enjoy even just jumping on to chat and just checking in with the team If I’m always on holidays and never on holidays, it’s kind of all right and that kind of works for me I will say though, having intentional time with family is really important And I’m really big on quality time and so reducing access to devices things like, I don’t have any devices in the bedroom, I have really strict no device time on the weekends and on weeknights as well at certain times And that’s really my time to completely disconnect It’s really, really easy to keep these little phones with us every single place that we go and always be attached to them I switch off all the notifications on it, so I choose when to access my phone I don’t allow it to interrupt me Now so there are a few little things there but if you dig around on our other videos, you’ll see I’ve got some other centric on Katie productive in that way Final thought is that after everything kind of, I’ve built the income that I’ve wanted to have I tick the box of financial independence that I wanted to take when I was 15 years old Now I built a business that is resilient and mostly runs without me What I found was that I actually lost a little bit of motivation or that business And I’m also a little bit of motivation to continue to grow it, because I had everything that I need, right? And what I found was, this was a shift from a friend of mine, his name is Carl Taylor, that as I grow the business and as my team grow the business, I can actually have more impact for our customers I can have more impact in the staff that we employ and we can help more staff become employed by growing the business and therefore that’s overall gonna do well for the world And so that’s where I’ve shifted from first optimizing for income, then optimizing for time Thirdly, optimizing for lifestyle, now my lifestyle is optimized Number four, is optimizing for impact And so hopefully, you can go along that journey yourself Hopefully, I’ve inspired you to take the steps

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