Efficient success through small wins

The cause of failure is doing too many things in an inefficient manner

It’s the start of a new week.

We put goals in place each and every week. They’re small ones. But, we always hit them.

The difference between big goals and small goals is that the small ones are achievable, fast.

“Every efficient act is a success in itself, and if every act of your life is an efficient one, your whole life MUST be a success” WALLACE D. WATTLES

Do you have small goals in place for this week? If you don’t, we’d love for you to put one in place.

Right now. Today!

Here are some ideas for you to consider:

  • Make a start growing your email list.
  • Get a new landing page built to grow your marketing list.
  • Stop messing around in Photoshop and outsource that graphic task.
  • Get on the phone with a new customer and find out what they need help with.
  • Finally get around to starting your blog, for good!
  • Reach out to five members of your community and say ‘thank you’.
  • Get a virtual assistant to plan out your weeks social media updates.
  • Push yourself a little more – add an additional day of exercise.

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These goals all have something in common. They’re small.

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They’re achievable. Each and every one of them – by the end of this week.

Some people might call them a ‘quick win’. We just call them a small goal. 

We love hitting our small goals and increasing our efficiency.

You will too, small wins lead to big wins.

Try it, now – and be sure to tweet us what your small goal is. We’d love to hear from you.

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