Laser Focus Brings Success

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Laser Focus Brings Success

Dr. Ho is NOT a medical doctor, licensed therapist, lawyer or a bevy of other things. Dr. Ho is a Holistic Life Coach who provides personal, spiritual and business development along with support through natural products such as herbs, essential oils, and CBD.

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The internet gives us many opportunities to lose our focus.

 

You could be working on one thing, and then you receive an email about a cool new website from your friend. You just have to check it out at that moment. After you spend some time there, you have to let your friend know what you think about it.

 

And, what kind of friend would you be if you didn’t share it with a bunch of friends or co-workers?

 

People get sidetracked all the time. In the online marketing world, there is a concept known as Shiny Object Syndrome.

 

When people jump around from one marketing idea to the next it is usually referred to as Shiny Object Syndrome. Click To Tweet

 

This is a surefire way to lose focus and it can be quite costly, too.

 

Each one of these shiny objects proposes another way marketers can make money. So, the marketers abandon the previous methods, in the hope that the new method will work for them. This becomes ironic, though, when you think of what would happen if they stayed on one track instead of jumping trains all of the time.

 

A laser focus on one program or one idea can exponentially increase the likelihood of success.

 

If you lack focus and you have failed on several occasions, consider working with an expert who can help you remain focused and moving forward. 

 

They can help you set your overall goals and then together you can figure out the action steps needed to make your goal become your reality.

 

If you need help, I am just a message or email away. elise@askdrho.com

 

Please also share with us the ways in which you have benefited from working with a professional such as a Natural Health Specialist, Life Skills Counselor or Business coach.

To Your Health,

Elise Ho, Ph.D., D.N.Psy

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Elise Ho
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18 thoughts on “Laser Focus Brings Success”

  1. Dr. Ho, you’re so right about the many distractions. I find myself going down countless rabbit trails while I’m on my computer. I limit the notifications so that I’m not pulled away too often.
    Thanks for sharing your tips with us.

  2. Erika Mohssen-Beyk

    It is right, whoever wants to be successful in any business has to focus on it. Shiny objects only bring distraction, good to stay with one thing. Especially great if there is help offered from an expert, it is best to stay and learn intensive and focused on one business model.

  3. Hi Elise,
    You’ve written an important post, but let me ask a question.
    I have always been guilty of having shiny object syndrome, but when I see I’m not getting the return for my time invested, I stop pursuing the “shiny object.” Isn’t that okay?
    Janice

  4. Our brains can only focus on one thing at a time. I like to use a timer to keep me in “line” works well. You get things done! So it makes sense to have laser focus. Blog looks great 🙂

  5. Focus is the thing nowadays. I take it very serious when I teach my son. Today, the world is so colourful and fantastic, compared to the one I had in my childhood. Even for me, if I don’t have the skill, I won’t go anywhere.

  6. I LOVE multi-tasking– but it’s really bad for focusing. Thanks for these important thoughts– helped me see how some of the things I’m doing are hurting my focus.

  7. I find this to be very accurate. I have often gotten sidetracked from a desktop notification, only to return to my original task an embarrassing amount of time later. When I want to focus I disable desktop notifications, and flip my cell phone over so I cant see all the push notifications. It really helps.

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.