Premeditation Isn't Just for Murder
So, I did a Google search.
We English speakers only use the word “premeditation” to refer to crime.
We are missing out on such a great word!
I really wanted to name my offer the “Premeditated Business Intensive,” but I didn’t, so I’ll tell you about it here instead.
“Premeditation” simply means “to think about something in advance.”
We should all have premeditated businesses.
We’re all so busy that it’s easy to just keep running. It feels counterproductive to spend time planning when we could be doing.
But every coach worth their salt will push you to plan out your year, your quarter, your month, and every single week of your business.
Why? It’s hard to reach a goal or focus on the most important things when you don’t know what those things are. Before you can play darts, you need a target.
So if you haven’t done it yet, take some time to plan out the upcoming month.
I promise it will be worth it.