How often do we focus on things which we think are the most important, but that don’t produce the results we really want?
Often it’s possible to get fixated on a “barrier” or headache, that we think is the key problem we need to solve, and work harder and harder with less and less results.
In the last few days I spoke to over a dozen people in different industries and states of development (Including someone with international exposure and celebrity fans who hasn’t had the results they wanted for months and years) Again and again, the key take away was not lack of intelligence, skill or resources.
In the last month we have found and recruited 3 new key players to our team and the results we’re seeing internally are non-linear, i.e. they are a quanta forward in terms of elegeancy, efficacy and have provided a real foundation for what’s next.
That was only possibly through what my friend Graham calls “3D Thinking” or “Pi Thinking”.
Being able to get enough distant and perspective to see things differently, while remaining conscious of the Whole System nature of what is happening is an essential part of moving to a more “orchestrating”/”conducting” style of business.
We are 2 days into the launch of a friends product and it’s exciting to see the domino’s starting to fall. 2 months ago, the results that were planned for were far below what has happend and I think for any business producing turnover in excess of 25% of the normal annual turnover from one launch is good going, and we are not yet finished.
As we grow, we need to focus on what really matters, what will really make a difference, and it is not always the most “loud” to do item.
Over the next month or so we will be releasing a number of products and ideas which we hope will help people get to grips with this, and one of the linchpins of this will be iPrioritize (http://www.i-Prioritize.com) so please get on the early bird list on that site today => http://www.i-Prioritize.com