The most important aspect of your business is what's happening between your ears right now.
How you think is your greatest asset—or you greatest liability.
I've recently discovered two people who not only understand this, but who know how to help the rest of us get a grip on it. Wendy Kerr and Elisa French share their keen insights at their website Business Breakthrough Now
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This morning I read their latest, a great piece on focus which used the acronym I stole for my title. Their focus (heh) was on positive thinking; to choose some specific aspect of a positive mental attitude, then look for ways to implement it throughout the day.
I have trouble focusing. It's not a medical issue. It's because I find virtually everything fascinating. I have ideas all the time. Good ideas, I'll wager.
Then, I try to make them all realities. At the same time.
If you find yourself, at the end of your day, or week, or month, pondering what you got done on this, that, and the other projects, comparing which you made progress on and which languished—ask yourself whether each of these projects is directly supporting your primary business or life goal.
Goal. Singular. As in one single primary goal for your business. One single primary goal in life.
It's hard to narrow everything you love down to a single overarching goal.
It's also incredibly powerful.
FOCUS. Follow one course until successful.