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at 7 o’clock in the evening
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Hazel Nieves - Business Consultant

Single-Tasking Marketing is the new business marketing edge!

Single-Tasking adds Such an Advantage to Marketing Your Business by Focusing on One Goal at a Time
If you’re the type of person who has a hard time saying no, is an overachiever and/or find yourself busy most of the time, you probably take on too many goals at one time!

When you have too many goals, it can easily weighing you down, and this makes it even harder to see any one of those goals you set through to the end.

How do you handle this tendency?

Research has shown the best way is to narrow down your goals to just one and give it all of your focus and motivation. See it through before you start on the next goal.

Prioritize Your Goals
A common objection is, “But have many goals I want to accomplish in my business. I can’t just focus on one!”

Focusing on one goal doesn’t mean giving up the rest. Rather, it means is focusing on one of your goals for the time being, and putting the others temporarily on the back-burner for now. “For now” could be just this week or the next few months. The important thing is that you’re focusing.

Take a look at everything you’re working on now. Decide which goal is the most important through prioritizing.Which of these will have the most positive impact on your business when it’s completed? THAT is the one you should focus on. As you decide, keep in mind your resources. You may have an important goal but lack the resources right now to carry it out.

Working Towards Your Goal is a Learning Experience
As an added benefit, when you focus fully on one goal, you can learn valuable lessons from it. This is especially important if you’re a small business or solo entrepreneur with little experience marketing your business. As you work towards your goal employing marketing strategies, you’ll learn along the way which strategies work and which don’t, and how to carry them out more effectively.

One Goal and One Marketing Strategy
If you want to really focus and get results, try focusing not only on one goal but on one marketing strategy as well. As the guest blogging example above illustrates, choosing just one strategy allows you to learn, streamline, and hone your skills. You can then add this strategy to your arsenal of techniques that you’ve used before

People in the business world still sing the praises of multitasking, but any time management expert will tell you that, more often than not, it kills productivity and leads to burnout. Instead, the key to success is to narrow down and focus on Single-Tasking Marketing approach, complete on goals at a time and then move on to the next!

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This workshop is a step-by-step marketing plan training course specially designed to teach you how to identify & execute on your top-priority marketing goals for your business!

You will learn the success you can have by focusing on one thing at a time using a method that teaches you how to master and apply smart-practices to propel your business forward in the shortest time possible…AND create the marketing plan RESULTS you want!

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