How can you tell which things you should focus your limited time, money, and energy on to get the best results in your business?
With so many things pulling at your attention, it can be challenging as a business owner to know what should get your attention now and what can wait.
It’s easy to end up operating in a reactionary mode that stretches you thin The fog of working in your business day to day clouds the path ahead.
So, how do you clear the fog and gain clarity about the best roadmap for your business?
When I was five years old, I went on a hike with my grandpa that led to a large, white letter Y painted on the side of the mountain (a reference to the name of a local school).
What should have been a two-hour round-trip hike turned into a four-hour trek in the hot sun?
We’d been so focused on the ground in front of us that we strayed from the main path.
For a couple of hours, we traversed ravines, followed deer paths, and hoped we were headed in the right direction.
After a good deal of wandering, we finally emerged into a clearing strewn with white painted rocks. We had finally arrived.