Ask Anything Q&A – Balancing Time, Focus and the Clarity of Vision for Success

Ask Anything Q&A – Balancing Time, Focus and the Clarity of Vision for Success

By Nick James

This is the first episode in an occasional series where listeners can ask Nick anything

Today, hear about how Nick manages his time and moves successfully between being focused on his businesses and time spent with family and why it’s a  selfish approach, that means he can effectively look after his family, business, and customers in the best possible way

He also shares great content about why moving from chaos and confusion to clarity and confidence is all about the vision



You need to be able to show up and work at your optimum if you want your business to succeed High performance is about showing up in your best energy with the self-awareness to be focused on the task Focus on the right language and getting  your physiology in the right place Moving from chaos and confusion to clarity, certainty and confidence is having a clear vision Vision is made up of purpose -why do you do what you do, Mission – the measurable journey you are on and Values – the standards and attitudes you are committed to in your business Having a clear structure will give you a better chance of success Establish a time structure for when your role as an entrepreneur starts and finishes Prioritising yourself is important so that you can show up in the best way for your family, business, and customers You have to find some time where you are focused on yourself if you want to have the best possible chance of success



‘High performance is showing up in your best energy’

‘If you want to avoid chaos you have to get clarity on your vision’

‘It’s okay to put yourself first for a period of time every day so that you are in the best position to look after everyone else’



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Nick James

Nick dropped out of university at the age of 21 and failed spectacularly with his first coaching business, which forced him to take a £16k/yr telesales job. 

Within 12 months he was the top performer and left to start his second business at 24. This time he discovered a winning formula and before long had a multi-six-figure company.

He then made a huge mistake which nearly put him out of business and cost him £50,000 in personal cash!

Fortunately, Nick kept it afloat, turned it around, and sold that business 2 years later in a seven-figure deal. 

He then co-founded a multi-million-pound marketing company, which he exited in 2015, and created Expert Empires.


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