Have you ever noticed when you put focused attention on something that a lot of times something else gets easier?
A colleague shared with me that as she put more attention on her money life – cleaning up bills, balancing the checkbook and the like – she suddenly felt as though she had more time. The literal amount of time in her days and weeks didn’t change, and she still worked the same amount, spent the same amount of time with her husband, etc., and yet she had the experience of having more time.
All the parts of our lives touch, so it makes sense that as we shift one part of our life, another part will shift, too. Think of it as a big pie; all the slices touch, so the goodness of one piece will also be found in another piece.
What area are you focusing on right now? Maybe there’s some aspect of your business that you’d like to shift – how can you apply this principle to make that shift easier? Can you put more attention on your cash flow, for example, and leverage that increased attention to gain new business?
How can you see applying this idea? Once you get started, you’ll see how easy – and yummy – working this way can be.