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This is really dangerous and I may not put this up at all, but I hardly have any makeup on. I’ve been sick for the last two days, in bed like sleeping, just sleeping, and I finally took a shower. This is what you get, this is me, and I felt really guilty because I’ve been sleeping for literally two days, and there’s stuff that’s got to get out, right? Stuff, stuff, stuff, stuff.
So when I finally woke up today at 4:30 and thought, “I feel better, I feel good enough to take a shower.” So what I did was I had a list of a few things that really needed to get done, and within an hour I got done everything that I had needed to get done today, and so what that is, it’s focused intention.
Now, you don’t have to wait to be sick to do it. I don’t recommend it actually because it sucks, but that’s what happens when you really focus on what it is that you want to get accomplished, then it happens, so that’s how you’re going to make your business steps go further. How you’re going to make your time stretch further is by having a very clear focused intention. That’s why I’m a big fan of using a timer, but in this case, I literally only had so much time during the day to get things accomplished. So get out there and get things done, but do it smart so you can have downtime and enjoy yourself too. My downtime was being sick. It wasn’t that fun, but it was necessary, so get out there and do your stuff.
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