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How To Not Sweat The Small Stuff.

Published on 9/15/2017
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How To

Not Sweat

The Small Stuff.

 


 

 


It's so easy

to get engaged with the minutiae

of daily life

that we can wander off track.

 

We should be concentrating on

what we want to do

not

what others want us to do.


 

 

 

 


To avoid this happening try the following.

 

1/

Be clear on your goals.

 


 

Save time and energy by

focusing on what matters most to you.

 

I f you learn to think daily about

your life purpose and supporting goals

you will sail past the little stuff

that crosses your path.

 

It is often the little things

that interrupt the flow.

 

Try not to be sidetracked.

 

Focus on the main goals.

 

Get there.

 

 

2/

Be Prepared To Seek Help

 



 

Consider what skills and abilities you have.

 

check the following list:

Problem-solving.

Critical thinking.

Able to work as part of a team.

Ability to promote change.

Organisational skills.

Able to develop ideas.

Technical abilities.

 

If you are engaged

in a one person operation, it seems unlikely

that you would be an expert

in all areas.

 

Recognize

when it’s time

to seek and recruit help.

 

https://www.fiverr.com/

 

 


3/

Target client's important issues.

 


 

 

 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/ambigamy/200905/empathic-intelligence-put-yourself-in-their-shoes-unlace-yours

 

Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D.

says

the test of a first-rate capacity for empathy

is the ability

to hold two opposed positions in mind

at the same time

and still, retain the ability to think for yourself.

 


Embrace empathic intelligence

but

avoid the little, inconsequential issues.

 

Check with your audience

to find what it is that they are seeking.

 

A questionnaire or simple quiz

would be helpful.

 

If you know what your audience needs

you can zero in

with laser like precision 

and avoid wasting their time and your own

on the insignificant matters.

 

 




 

Now you have a path

to not sweat the small stuff

and stay on course

to achieving your goals.

 

Be clear on your goals.

Be Prepared To Seek Help

 

Target client's important issues

 

 

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