Working Smart Vs. Working Hard… And A Common Misconception Most People Have…
There’s a ton of various courses, coaching programs, and products that teach the importance of working smart.
They teach about the importance of focusing on the most leveraged activities in your business, and they teach about how much of an impact certain activities can have, while other activities will keep you in a state of overwhelm and frustration, creating little result if any.
While it’s absolutely true… You absolutely do need to focus on working smart in your business, there tends to be one big misconception around “working smart”… That actually holds a ton of people back from succeeding.
Check out today’s video here to see what I mean….
In review: The misconception is that you if you work smart, you don’t need to work hard.
The truth is that nothing could be further from the truth.
What you need to do is identify the 20% of activities that create the 80% of results, and then work VERY HARD on JUST those 20% of activities. Try to outsource everything else, and put your energy where it will have the biggest impact overall on your business.
If you do, good things will happen.
Work smart… But also work hard.
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