As you set out to achieve extraordinary results, it’s natural to feel tension between your personal and professional life.
When you’re working hard to create a better life for yourself and your family, it feels like you have to make sacrifices of time with family or personal hobbies.
But Warren Rustand doesn’t think that sacrifice is necessary. He was clear that family was his core priority, so he made sure he was always putting them first. Even while working as the CEO of six significant companies, sitting on the board for over 50 companies, or working in the White House for a United States President, he still found a way to honor his commitment and say yes to the things that matter most first.
What’s the ONE Thing you can do, such that by doing it, everything else would be easier or unnecessary? If you need help identifying your core values, visit the1thing.com/corevalues to get our Core Values Deck or take our free course.
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In this episode, you will learn…
- [02:12] How others can help us discover our values
- [06:52] How to put family ahead of business and still succeed
- [11:52] When being clear about your “yes” is as important as being clear about your “no”
- [19:14] How to make saying no to the things that don’t matter easier
- [26:10] Living an integrated life
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