If you have been around me, listened to podcasts like this one, or read this blog, you might know that I think “busy” is the most over-used word in the English language today. I believe that because the word “busy” has become one of two things. 1. First it has become an excuse of why we can’t do things we really want to or need to? How could we possibly have time to work toward our dreams? We are too busy. 2. Second, it has become lazy speak. It’s just the answer you give…whether you mean it or not. So, as I said, I am not a fan of the word “busy.” But then I woke up this morning and thought about my schedule. I just got back from a two day road trip. I have another out of the office day on Friday. Today, in my schedule, I have 1 day to jam in 3 days of activity. My schedule was decidedly busy…and I was excited about it. That’s when I had a simple realization. You know you are doing the right thing, when you are busy and you are happy about it. If your schedule is full for the day and you are fired up to attack the day, it shows your passion. If you get to the end of the day wondering “where did that day go?” and you feel satisfied, you are probably working on the right projects. This is when you the word “busy” stops being an excuse. It starts to become an excited descriptor. When I started my business I used to say “When I’m bored, I’m poor.” It spoke to the idea that I was excited to be busy. It was important to my success. So start looking for those things that you are excited to tackle. These are the things that will keep you busy…but in a good way. Make sure you never miss an update. I know you are busy! But once a week, we send out our VIP newsletter with all of the content for the week in one place. You can get signed up for that here.