I’ve got a short and sweet yet powerful message today…
The power of singular focus.
Basically, we all need to stop chasing a dozen different things. Honestly, this is a good lesson for all of us—me included.
I mean, you’ve heard me say before that I’m easily tempted with the “bright and shiny objects.”
But those things pull your attention away from what you are really skilled at… and you’ll rabbit hole down into territory that you shouldn’t be in. You’ll get stretched too thin and nothing ends up getting done because you’re not good at all of those other things.
Not a good place to be. 🙁
But when you focus on what you’re best at and what you love to do—that’s the real path to success.
By not having focus, you’re losing money and time. The “opportunity cost” is pricey.
So, I encourage you, right now, to look at what you’re doing… is it necessary? Is it what you’re best at?
If not, scale back and simplify.
Stick to 1 thing… and have laser focus on that 1 thing.
Master that, and then eventually you can outsource it and scale it. When it can run without your involvement, then turn your attention to something else. And repeat.
Here’s what I mean…
I mastered wholesaling. Then I had my VA take it over. Deals happened without me.
So then I focused on lease options. Mastered. Outsourced.
Now I’m looking at land deals.
That’s how you should be operating your business: Keep it simple and focus.