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Practicing the Focus-Finish-Focus Model

Wouldn’t it be great if you could create more time in your day?  

One way to think about it is to prioritize the projects already on your plate.  

That requires a simple understanding:

1) Working on multiple products simultaneously only delays completing all the projects. Your mind can only focus on one thing at a time.

2) What makes this such a great practice is that when you complete a project, not only is it off your plate, but it begins producing your expected results and also frees up time to move on to your next project.

The next time that you are trying to find more time, ask –

“What can I finish right now that will give me more time tomorrow – and every day after that?”

Psychologically speaking, when practicing a focus-finish-focus model; your mind also experiences time differently. In the moment, time seems to be faster. After your projects are completed, your memories expand, and it seems like time has slowed down.

That’s what they call a Mind Warp – and it happens daily.