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This is part II of the article “7 Keys to Get Laser Focused as an Entrepreneur”

Earlier this week I shared the first four steps…





Today, I’ll cover the remaining 3 steps if you have difficulty getting focused and creating results from all your ideas.

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You are multi-passionate. I get it. I am, too. And I work with gifted, talented, brilliant people like you every day.

But tell me if you can relate:

  • You have more ideas than you can possibly implement (at one time).
  • You have trouble discerning where to start to create substantial traction with your ideas.
  • Some of your ideas have been circulating in your head for YEARS.

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One of the most popular topics that I’ve been asked to speak on is my 20/20 Time Management Formula™.

Basically, it is how I added an additional $20K/mo income stream as a coach/consultant dedicating only 20 hours a week to it (or 3 days a week).

(You know, so we can spend some free time with our family, having inspiring conversations with friends, going to the gym, reading, doing a Netflix binge without feeling guilty,

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You and I…

We have an amazing vision of what we are creating. We are working hard. We balancing being CEO’s of our business and of our household.

It’s a lot to manage.

But deep in our souls, we long for more rest, for more leisure, for more play… for the practical ways to get it all done.

I’m here to help.

Today, I am giving you something super practical.

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I laid it all out. My heart was on the page.

Two and a half years ago, my coached asked me what business and personal goals did I have that if I accomplished would change EVERYTHING.

I look at this list today and there are some things that I can define even more precisely now that I’ve been working on them for a couple years. And it is remarkable how many of them still guide my actions today.

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When I was in undergrad, I recall sitting on the floor in drama class doing a fun exercise demonstrating increasing levels of self-disclosure.

The first question, “Tell us where you are from.”

We would each take a turn answering. As we continued the rounds, the questions got deeper.

The final question, “What is your greatest fear?”

I would say roughly 26 out of 30 students replied the same way… that they didn’t want to live an “ordinary life”—just be average with no impact…you know,

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