• Tony Richards

What Can You Do Today?

One of the most difficult things to manage in our lives is to have a short-term focus with a long-term viewpoint.

Having the ability to see what needs to be done consistently today to make a huge difference tomorrow is an exceptional skill to develop. Let’s look at it in terms of Monday and the end of the week.

Ask yourself the question:

What can you do today to make a 50% difference in how your week will end?

You might even have to start with a day and ask yourself that question, what can I do this morning to make a 50% difference in how the day will end?

Once you have mastered the short-term focus, you can move on to holding a long-term viewpoint, then tactically devising a way to start accomplishing it now.

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