Franklin Roosevelt said, “Do something. If it works, do more of it. If it doesn’t, do something else.”
Too often, we try to fix what’s not working. Too often, that’s not the best use of our time.
So, ask yourself, What’s working for me right now? What am I doing well?
And do more of it.
Because what’s working well will probably continue to do so. Because the more you do something, the better you get at it, and the better your results.
Look at your calendar and your “done” list. Look at the things you do each day to run your practice and put a star next to things you want to do more of.
Things that make money, improve your skills, and help you grow. Things that help you work more effectively and efficiently. Things that make what you do more gratifying.
Keep a list of these “keepers” in front of you, to remind yourself to do more of them–because what you focus on grows.
Where do you find the time to do more of what’s working? By eliminating or cutting down on things that aren’t.
Do more of what’s working, less of what isn’t.