Unlocking Business Efficiency: The "Do or Die" Approach

As an entrepreneur, you've likely faced moments of overwhelm, feeling buried under a mountain of tasks. The secret to overcoming this and achieving fast implementation lies in a powerful mindset shift: the "Do or Die" approach. This strategy can dramatically transform how you prioritize and execute tasks, leading to greater efficiency and success in your business.

Before diving into the approach, let's understand why mastering the skill of fast implementation is crucial. Implementing faster means you:

  • Reduce Overwhelm: Spend less time spinning your wheels, fretting over details, or getting bogged down by minor tasks. This energetic savings alone can boost your well-being and productivity.
  • Increase Income: Launch more offers throughout the year, resulting in greater income flowing into your business.
  • Enhance Visibility: Fast implementation helps you get noticed by others, increasing your credibility and attracting lucrative joint venture offers.
  • Create Security: Build a business you can rely on, providing peace, freedom, and a stable income stream.

With these benefits in mind, let's explore how the "Do or Die" approach can help you achieve fast implementation.

Often, we fill our time with tasks that seem important but don’t contribute significantly to our life quality, ability to help others, or cash flow. By adopting the "Do or Die" approach, you can instantly clarify what truly matters and liberate yourself from non-essential tasks.

Step 1: Evaluate Your Current Tasks

Start by listing all your current tasks and projects. Then, critically evaluate each one by asking:

  • Does this task directly contribute to my business's income?
  • Will completing this task significantly impact my ability to serve my clients or customers?
  • Is this task aligned with my long-term business goals?

Tasks that don’t pass this scrutiny are prime candidates for elimination or delegation.

Step 2: Focus on High-Impact Activities

Identify the tasks that have the highest potential impact on your business. These are the tasks that will help you generate income, improve your service delivery, and advance your business goals. Prioritize these high-impact activities above all else.

For example, if launching a new course or product could bring in significant revenue, it should take precedence over less critical tasks like updating your social media profiles or organizing your email inbox.

Practical Application of the Approach

To put this approach into practice, let’s consider a scenario where you aim to double the number of offers you launch this year. Here’s how you can achieve this with the "Do or Die" approach:

Step 1: Set Clear Goals

Define specific, measurable goals for the number of offers you want to launch. For instance, if you currently launch two offers per year, set a goal to launch four. Be clear about the expected income from each offer to motivate yourself further.

Step 2: Create a Focused Plan

Develop a focused plan outlining the steps required to achieve your goals. Break down each offer launch into smaller, manageable tasks. Set clear deadlines for each step to keep yourself on track.

Step 3: Eliminate Distractions

Identify distractions and tasks that don’t contribute to your primary goals. For instance, spending excessive time on tasks like perfecting minor details or engaging in non-essential meetings can be detrimental. Learn to say "no" to these distractions and focus on what truly matters.

Adding Up What’s at Stake

Understanding what’s at stake can further motivate you to adopt this approach. Consider the financial impact of launching additional offers. For example, if you offer a masterclass with ten participants, each paying $497, that’s nearly $5,000 per course. Launching two such courses can add almost $10,000 to your income.

When you compare this potential income to your to-do list, it becomes clear that high-impact activities should take precedence. Tasks that don’t directly contribute to such outcomes are less worthy of your time and attention.

Where You Spend Your Time Predicts Your Income

Adopting a mindset where anything that doesn’t add income to your business doesn’t get your attention can be transformative. This might sound overly business-focused, but it serves your passion and purpose by enabling you to help more people.

Focus on serving others by delivering new programs or products. If you delay these offerings, you’re not reaching the number of people you’re meant to serve. If possible, delegate technical tasks like managing shopping carts, broadcasting emails, and setting up product codes to specialists. This delegation allows you to concentrate on what you do best.


Highly successful entrepreneurs give their time and attention to their launch calendar. You can do the same by replacing long, tedious to-do lists with a concise list of projects to launch. Include start and end dates and expected income for each project. This strategy will excite you to take action and help you achieve fast implementation without feeling overwhelmed.

By adopting the "Do or Die" approach, you can unlock unprecedented efficiency and success in your business. Focus on what truly matters, eliminate distractions, and prioritize high-impact activities to transform your entrepreneurial journey.


If you want personalized support to enhance your offers and create a launch calendar that boosts your profits, schedule a call with me to learn more about my 1:1 coaching. Find out more by visiting: https://www.leonorherrera.com/propel


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