“I don’t want to do business with those who don’t make a profit, because they can’t give the best service.” – Richard Bach
It’s easy to get caught off guard or being busy doing unproductive activities in your business. Members of our Samurai Innovation Dojo rate being more focused as their number one challenge. Don’t worry you are not alone.
I too feel this way often, but the time I take to step off the line and breath helps me simplify my business focus.
You may feel this way which is good in one sense. This is good because it means that you have choices and most likely too many ideas or opportunities to take advantage here in the present now. The business owners we work with concur and ask us:
The answer might surprise you, but it is very simple…
One action, one focus with a twist. The twist comes by making a list of everything you want to work on today. Ask yourself the millionaire maker question brought to you by Dan Kennedy:
My recommendation is to spend the first 2 hours each day working on moving the most profitable items forward before you deal with the Enemy of Average throughout the rest of your day. Open the report above to see your points to clarity on how to make today’s business focus simplified for you!
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I am a grower of human capability and a business builder. The best part of my life is helping people become stronger and develop their skills, talents and character in order to lead powerful lives. I have had the great privilege to study under some of the greatest minds of business, leadership, health and fitness along with the most talented Martial Arts instructors. My passion is helping people to become even more powerful in life than they already are.
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