Where Is Your FOCUS?

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I was in Facebook earlier today and saw a post in a private group from Dean Holland.

It was nothing long or drawn out it was a simple graphic that said:


This quite possibly could be one of the most important lessons any of us could learn.

So often we are bombarded with information overload telling us everything we need to be doing to reach success. What they don't tell you in most cases is to master one thing at a time before moving on. Master one program before the next shiny object comes along. Master one traffic method before moving on to the next one. Master one form of social media, don't try to figure them all out at once.

It's no wonder most people fail in Marketing when they are overwhelmed with everything coming at them they are supposed to know, do or join.

We are not in a race to get rich, if the quick buck is what you are looking for then maybe the lottery would save a lot of time, money and aggravation, you have about the same chance of winning.

It all comes down to FOCUS, take on one thing at a time and move on to the next when you have the first one mastered.

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great point man. it’s so easy to get lost in all the noise. but when we focus we can achieve so much more

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You are so right about focusing. We should take a step back and look at all the major tasks or projects we're trying to accomplish. Then select one to concentrate on fully to completion before moving to the next. That's not to say you won't encounter much lesser tasks or projects in between that may need to be taken care of immediately. Just don't let those pull you away too long from your main task or project.