Attention Pastors & Church Leaders: Here’s How To Get Control Of Your Time Working Just 2-4 Hours Per Day
by adrianhines | on May 24, 2012
I know if the headline got your attention you are probably saying to yourself yeah right….what’s the catch?
Has this guy gone crazy or does he really know what he’s talking about.
I can assure you that I have not gone crazy. I can also assure you that I know what I’m talking about AND I’m putting it into practice right now.
Here’s the thing, this is not a blog post on time blocking and setting priorities.
I’m specifically talking to those pastors and church leaders that STILL have a full time job AND work in the church who seem to NEVER have enough time to do anything.
You finish your regular job and then it’s time to tend to church related stuff. Not to mention you want to spend time with your family. And don’t forget about sleep, when do you actually have time to do that?
I want to show YOU how to literally take back control of your time working just 2-4 hours per day.
Before I do that let me briefly tell you my story and why I’m willing to help you.
My name is Adrian Hines. I’m 32 yrs old and I’m a new young pastor. I just launched my church 2 months ago and what a thrill it is. I also work a full time job, 6 days a week, 46+ hours.
I know what it’s like to be exhausted to the point where you don’t even want to read the Word or pray but just got to bed. I know what it’s like to not have time for family and friends. I know what its like to want to just spend time focused on building the church, doing outside ministry, etc but having NO TIME whatsoever.
You feel frustrated, anxious, impatient, and wonder at times how long must this last.
If you’d be real honest with yourself the only reason you still have that job is because you really need the money, you don’t have a backup plan. If you did, you’d be on the first train out smoking lol.
Now am I right or am I right?
Please understand I am not saying that you see the job as your source because I know that you are mature enough to know that God is your source. What I am saying IF THE MONEY in the bank said something different you would have bounced a long time ago.
The fact of the matter is that money allows you options. Options to spend time how you want, buy what you want, give how much you want, etc.
As for me and probably you as well, being a pastor or church leader, you are not necessarily focused on the money but you definitely want the time freedom.
Freedom to spend your day, week, month, year however your heart desires and not have to be told to do anything by a boss or job. If this is you and if this is what you desire then I’ve got good news for you.
Tony Robbins, world renowned motivational speaker, said (and I’m paraphrasing) “you have to be willing to take on another skill set that will create more freedom for your life.”
For me I knew that I wanted to find something online that I could do to earn a significant amount of income working wherever and whenever I want. That was appealing to me obviously for the reasons that I stated above and you may be feeling the same way.
After years of trial and error, ups and down, I finally came across a system that allows me the total freedom and has the income potential that I am looking for. So much so that I’ve put into full effect my exit strategy so that I can go ‘full time in the ministry” real soon and finally have control over my time for good.
The only thing or should I say skill set that I had to develop was learning how to market online effectively. And should you desire the time freedom that I do that’s the skill set you would have to develop as well. (Remember the Tony Robbins quote above).
Daily now I spend 2-4 hours working on this skill set, learning how to reach the right people, and showing them they don’t have to be stuck in their situation, they can have time freedom as well.
All the best,