The ONE Thing

“Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least”  /J.W. von Goethe/

Although I spent the whole past week combating my sickness, some calls with prospects made me write this post today. All those ladies had one critical problem – they were not focused on the ONE THING but spread themselves out booking poor results, getting stuck and frustrated.

*  Do you feel the same?
*  Do you think that success is time-consuming and complicated?
*  Is your TO-DO list overloaded and overwhelming?
*  Do you feel like you don’t build momentum towards your goal?
*  Does success start to feel out of reach for you, so you settle for less?

The problem with trying to do TOO MUCH is that even if it works, adding more to your work and life without cutting anything brings a lot of bad stuff with it, like high stress, poor results, fewer promotions, long hours, missed deadlines and also missed the social life. When you go as small as possible, you will be starting at one thing, really! And ‘going small’ is just ignoring all the things that you could do and doing what you SHOULD do. It’s simply realizing that extraordinary results are directly determined by how narrow you can make your focus.

You have only so much time and energy, so when you spread yourself out, you end up spread thin. You need to be doing fewer things for more effect instead of doing more things with side effects.

   Your success comes when you do a few things well.

I learned my lessons, and I could see that where I’d had quite significant success, I had narrowed my focus on ONE thing, and where my success varied, my concentration had too. I can now help clients declutter and move on with a clear focus on what matters the most for them and start booking much better results in life and at work.

If you need help on that matter pls sign up for my complimentary call: 
I have three spots available this week & look forward to assisting you in mastering what matters to you and start focusing on it!


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