If you took some time to relax between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, good for you!
Now you’re back in the thick of it.
With urgency on more things than any one person should have to deal with.
Oh, there’s this goal you dreamt up in December while you were chilling out – oh, forget that now! It’s never going to happen. No time to deal with that.
Just like that you’re going to toss it in?
Give up before you even start?
B.S. to that idea!
If this dream, this goal, was placed in your mind and you remembered it, in fact you wrote it down and you shared it with a few others…There is a reason for it.
Do you really think an idea pops into your head from nowhere?
For no reason?
You can find the time to focus on one thing
You can find the time in your schedule. You can find the time to focus on one thing that’s not in the daily ‘fighting a fire’ on every block schedule.
You can find at least fifteen minutes a day – if not more – for you to focus on your one thing.
Think back… How many times did you have an idea, a dream or a thought and then you ignored it? Let it pass as more important things had to be taken care of. Then at some point down the road you hear about a person, or a company who is doing it! You continue to follow the news on them and the success they’re having. They’re either providing that service you thought of or they created that product you dreamt up!
Seriously, go back in your memory lane and tally them up.
How many times did you take a pass on your own ideas?
Why not make this time be the time it’s different?
Let’s start with the fifteen minutes a day, or more, we will find. Then you will use that time to focus on your one thing and nothing else during that time. Every single day.
This completes our acrostic to begin the New Year!
O – One
Take the CAN DO approach into everything you need to get done this year.
And then share it with others.
Mitch Tublin is an entrepreneur and founder of Wenkroy International LLC, a boutique consulting company with a main focus of adding value to people. Through speaking, training and coaching clarity is achieved and distractions are reduced. People now focus on what matters most. My passion is to take people to the next level in their life and in their career and business.