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The Power of One Thing

Updated: Sep 25, 2020

You have an issue that is preventing you from meeting a goal – at work or in your personal life. How can you begin to attack this issue and yield some positive change? Start small. Focus on one thing, but always one thing for a period of time, to address the issue. The short game is programmatic, and a programmatic short game will yield organic results. You won’t get a touchdown right off the bat, but you’ll start moving the ball down the field. Do check-ins frequently on that one thing. Your programmatic approach will eventually lead to organic action to yield results that support that change.

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