088: Tim Meuchel on Being in the Moment

Keys to being in the moment

  • Prepare
    • Preparation is important. This is legwork completed before your experience takes place
  • Adapt
    • Nothing goes as planned. Being adaptable helps to combat something unforeseen ruining the moment or your day.
  • Perspective
    • Have a handle on what is important and what is not. What are the deal breakers and what can you let go or do without?
  • Focus
    • Minimizing distractions plays a big role in your ability to focus and keep yourself in the moment.
    • Simplifying helps to avoid living in a constant state of chaos; a constant state of stress.
  • Strategy Days
    • Periodic goal setting gives you the ability to think big picture instead of dealing with detail after detail.
    • When goal setting it’s important short-term plans are in alignment with long-term goals.
    • Periodic strategy days help prevent getting hung up on strategy every day. This frees up time to work the plan daily instead of creating the plan daily.

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Tim Meuchel
 

Tim Meuchel is the bestselling author and podcast host of The 10 Factor: From Struggling to Thriving Business in 10 Months. Like many successful entrepreneurs, Tim failed his way to success. He gave up $334,200 in 2008 after resigning from a twelve-year corporate management career to pursue his side business full-time. The business quickly grew 8X and within four months Tim's wife quit her job as well. Several years later a bad business deal left Tim's company almost bankrupt. Tapping into emergency funds, he fought back and restructured the business; resulting in a new profit producing model requiring less than 40% effort. Seeing an opportunity to give back and help other struggling entrepreneurs Tim reverse engineered his process, validated it with top entrepreneurs, and created a ten-month roadmap - The 10 Factor.