DO YOU STRUGGLE FOR WAYS TO FOCUS?
Finding ways to focus and be more productive is so critical to ongoing growth for any leader or entrepreneur. It is important that you find a process that works for you, that helps you achieve real results.
I had the wonderful privilege of being interviewed by the lovely Sarah-Jane Meeson of Christian Women in Business. This is an emerging group of women who are determined to be and do their best for God through what they love doing in business.
Sharing your story can present a challenge. It takes some effort to filter it down to what’s important. I don’t know about you but my life has had a huge variety of experiences and not all of the best bits are related to business.
However, in recent years I have discovered a real passion for helping people create a business, particularly online. It seems all of those life experience’s come together with business strategy in a way that brings transformation. Below you can access my free printable guide to help you with the steps to get your focus clear.
CREATE RESULTS THAT MAKE YOU HAPPY
I’ve seen the power of people who have faith, who step into the things that God has called them to and who challenge the doubts, smallness of thinking and stories of lack. They all had to get moving with ways to focus and be more productive. They are the action takers that make a real difference in the world.
You can listen to the whole interview here: Click here to get access
Anyway, I got to share some of my story. Plus, some tips that I frequently use to help people start to focus and get measurable results in their life. Often times we talk about what we want but then six months later, we’re still in the same type of place. Why is that?
The comfort zone is that place that isn’t very comfortable really and yet our habits tell us it’s a safe familiar place. But it’s time to get the focus and start to get productive – for our own sake and also for the sake of what God would love to accomplish through us.
So please enjoy this podcast, I hope it helps you. And as always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!