Can Focusing on Fewer Things Make You More Effective?
Do you struggle to maintain focus on the important projects in your life? Do you find yourself starting things and then running out of steam, or becoming distracted?
Gary Keller writes that “You need to be doing fewer things for more effect instead of doing more things with side effects.”
It makes sense. Filling your time with a vast number of different tasks, projects and pressures dilutes the energy that you have to devote to them. Streamline your life by cutting out some of the demands that are not leading you towards the lifestyle, relationships or goals that are most important to you — and spend your time and your physical, financial and energetic resources more wisely.
You will find success in the elements of life you focus on — and because you’ve chosen to focus on what’s most important to you, you will experience less stress and greater satisfaction.
Malcolm Gladwell writes that “Practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing you do that makes you good.” To get where you want to…