Rebooting yourself

By: Carl Dierschow Friday December 22, 2017 0 comments Tags: Carl Dierschow

By Carl Dierschow

Small Fish Business Coaching

The end of a year can feel a bit limiting. After all, with so little time left, how could I possibly catch up on all the great things I had intended to get done?Carl_Dierschow_USE

Some things just aren’t going to happen.

I view this as an opportunity, though, to do a personal reboot. My computer seems to need one periodically, as it accumulates a bunch of cruft and loses available memory.

Hey, that’s like the feeling I’ve had of half-finished tasks and nagging actions! If I’m honest with myself, I’ll never actually get to most of them.

And that’s OK.

So it’s time to do my personal reboot. That will look like cleaning up my office, evaluating my priorities for the new year, and even flat-out cancelling some to-do items which aren’t essential.

To create space. To start fresh.

But most importantly, after today, I’m pretty much taking the rest of the year off. OK, I have three meetings after Christmas -- one’s a party, and the other two are at breweries. So the label “meeting” is a bit overrated.

I hope that you’re taking time to look at the new year afresh -- even reading this after you’ve returned from a well-earned vacation!

As for me, I’m outta here. 



If you’re interested to explore this idea more, check out my Values Based Business blog where I write on this and similar topics.

Carl Dierschow

About the Author: Carl Dierschow


Carl Dierschow is a professional business coach in Northern Colorado. He’s the U.S. associate for Small Fish Business Coaching, headquartered in Australia. He works with owners of small and medium-size businesses to radically improve their success through strengthening market position, improving customer attraction and loyalty, building more powerful organizations, etc. Carl brings more than 15 years of business coaching expertise to helping businesses solve their critical issues and achieve their goals. His best tools are straightforward yet powerful, transparent, and biased toward action. Visit his website at