How To Effectively Deal With The Many Ideas In Head…

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My friend how many times have you got an idea and you thought ‘that was the NEXT BIG IDEA’ but the next day a better one popped up and you were like 🤷🏼‍♂️?

I see so many of us caught up in this that we forget one thing…

The number one trouble with smart and innovative people is that you constantly find ideas popping in your brain every time and the next idea always feels a lot sexier than the current one you’re working on

haha I was reading something yesterday…

My friends do you know it takes 25 years for a Chinese child to become a Shaolin Kung Fu Master?

In China, boys who enter the temple at age 5, graduate at 25 as “Warrior Monks”, and this is the first level of mastery.

And if you want to achieve a full mastery in the Shaolin tradition it takes FOREVER as it is considered to be a lifetime endeavour

‘But Arrey why is this so? Can’t I do all of them at once?’

I’ve talked about this before, it all boils down to WHO takes action every time! But most importantly those who apply ONE idea first, FOCUS on it and stay CONSISTENT.

Focus will win every time my friends, it puts all your energy in one basket and puts you ahead of the struggling masses

I used to battle with this, I thought it was cool to focus on every idea that came to mind, and then I noticed how fast I was soon becoming a jack of all trades, CEO of 7, master of none🤷🏼‍♂️

So my dear friend, if an idea comes to you today and you don’t do anything with it, don’t beat yourself up! Understand that this game needs FOCUS LIKE A MONK

That said, shout out to Brendaline for asking such a good question about how I deal with new ideas which caused me to write this post for everyone in the community.

Click Here to watch my reply to Brendaline and discover 2 things I do when I get a brand new idea and how you can instantly steal that process for yourself

I hope this not only helps but motivates you to get out today and focus on ONE THING my friends.

Arrey Bate

Internet Entrepreneur | Author | Journalist

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