NOTE: At the bottom of this post, I’m going to tell you how you can win a signed copy of my first book, The Myth of Multitasking.
Before you started your business, you probably worried about finding just the right opportunity.
But now that you’re running the show, there are almost too many opportunities for you to make money, aren’t there? It’s difficult not to be distracted by every “next great idea” that appears in front of you.
Ever felt like you’ve wasted time chasing “new” ideas that didn’t quite pan out? If so, this video tip is just what you’ve been looking for!
What about the book contest? Just for fun, leave a comment for your chance to win a signed copy of my first book, The Myth of Multitasking.
- Start a conversation by leaving a comment below. Share what you feel can best contribute to a focused business.
- The businessperson who leaves the most insightful comment wins a signed copy of my first book, The Myth of Multitasking.
- “Effective” multitasking is a myth because you lose more time switching tasks than you gain by doing too many things at the same time.
- Doing this at the “macro” level, splitting attention between multiple businesses, is like multitasking on steroids.
- When entrepreneurs stay focused and committed to one business, they find it easier to succeed.
- Olympians and businesses alike succeed not in breadth, but in depth; the strength of their focus.