The #1 Secret to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur:  FOCUS!

The #1 Secret to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur: FOCUS!

Location, location, location . . . yep, that’s the success motto in real estate! Most people have heard that location is the #1 factor in real estate investing. Being an entrepreneur is similar where the most important element to success is focus, focus, focus!


I worked in real estate for 15 years and the “location” element was always first on the list. When people got this out of order, #2 or #3 it was without fail a bad experience. Same goes for entrepreneurs and focus! We have been sold a bag of garbage on this multi-tasking concept. DOWNLOAD 11 Simple Tools To Increase Productivity & Focus




We know focus is important when starting a business, but entrepreneurs get overwhelmed. As entrepreneurs we wear many hats and can quickly become scattered and distracted. Strategy and execution suffer because we are moving in many directions. Lack of focus catches up with you fast, lack of growth and profit for the business will lead to serious problems.


Time, energy and money are going to strategies, marketing ideas and products at the same time, leading to none of them being executed well. Multi-tasking is a business killer. Lack of focus equals burning time, frustration and a general feeling of being on a hamster wheel constantly! Frustration!


Have you heard of SOS – Shiny Object Syndrome or Entrepreneurial ADD? Yes, let me describe how this insanity plays out – You sign up for one or five “Online Business Success” programs, then download 25 ebooks, join countless Facebook groups, download free videos, MP3s and you are feeling good. In control for the moment. Then you never complete the program or read one ebook because you have signed up for more of the same! You know you will find the magic key one day soon.


I know this program very well because I did it all for a long time. It is an endless cycle of never getting anything accomplished but feeling like I had worked hard. It is hard chaotic work, it keeps you scattered and confused.


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