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Focus Like a Laser

Hey guys. Long time no post.

As I’m getting my office together and getting The Socialites more focused on what I had in mind for a long time. I thought why not start blogging again as well.

Now I might still come out with my own blog. But to me it makes more sense just to do it here. It’s as good as anywhere.

Was very happy to listed as a contributor here, so really wanted to utilize this if I can do it justice.

So to go with my theme of the post of “focusing” for the time being and forseeable future I will be doing all my industry related blogging here.

One more apologies to the community and especially my team. With my recent move, setting up new space, and time with issues with sites haven’t haven’t been around much. Hope to be more so now.

Now on to the subject matter.

I’m a dreamer by nature. Always having this thought or another. Now this may sound great. But I’ve had issues with so many ideas about spreading myself too thin. This just leads to the same amount of energy being used on many different areas that you would with one. So learned long ago to force myself to focus on one thing.

By doing this you will really see a difference in your efforts. Jon has talked about this in past streams. Set a goal daily, weekly, monthly, perhaps yearly.

No matter what happens throughout the year make sure nothing stops you from achieving these goals. And even reward yourself. Say if you reach your yearly goal get a ipad or something.

I know this is a simplistic post about something well know. Sometimes the easy lessons are one’s we take for granted. “KISS” is something I’m learning myself.

LoL I will end here.

As always I welcome your thoughts and comments and will surely respond.

6 responses to “Focus Like a Laser”

  1. Hi Presley,

    I love the main point in your post, to focus on one thing. Because there are so many tasks and chores in running an internet business, it’s easy to get lost in all those “to do” list things, and never get around to that one most important thing.

    Schedule that thing first, schedule everything else around it.

    Good stuff,


  2. John Brewer says:

    A lesson we can all learn time and time again.

    get on myself about it a lot, yet I still find myself being “all over the place” sometimes.

    Nice little post šŸ™‚

  3. Exactly John. T

    That was really the other part of the post.

    I mean there are so many distractions, or ways to get sidetracked.

    Glad to hear I’m not the only one with this issue šŸ™‚

    And thanks so much for the contribution.

  4. Ken Wolff says:

    Hi Presley!

    Always good to see you. I too find myself spreading myself too thin and need to focus more on the important things. Not just one thing though as there are a few things that need attention every day. We have our primary business that is both on and offline. There are things we do every day for our CTP Teams that change every day. It is also important to keep a balance in your life getting out from behind the computer screen. That is the hardest one for me. Looking forward to your future post here. šŸ˜€

  5. Hey Ken,

    Yes indeed, completely concur.

    Your main focus is your business. How I would put it once you take care of the “main” focus for that time, than using the remaining time is also key.

    You mention things like ctp teams and “downtime” Goes to the point of focusing on one thing. If you take care of that main thing daily, than rest of the time for said day can be beneficial to growth in other areas, and of course R and R are key to keeping the batteries charged.

    As always ty for the contribution here and other places.

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