I want to share with you how to overcome the “Shiny Object Syndrome“, and commit to mastery.
Are you easily distracted by shiny new ideas? The “Shiny Object Syndrome” is a condition that a lot of people struggle with it.
Rather than seeing things through to completion, these people, often referred to as “dabblers”, abandon their goals and commitments to chase after the next best thing.
The dabbler loves the newness of something, craves excitement, and as a result, they never master anything or achieve success.
Alternatively, when you are a master, you are all in.
The master is somebody that commits to everything. If they can't find the way, they make the way. There is no plan B.
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Ask yourself, “Are you the master or the dabbler?”
If you want to become a master, you have to say NO to distractions. If you cant say no now, what will you do when you achieve massive success? Focus and be strategic with how you spend your time.
Stephen Covey once said, “You have to decide what your highest priorities are, and have the courage – pleasantly, smilingly, non-apologetically – to say ‘no’ to other things, and the way to do that is by having a bigger ‘yes’ burning inside”.
You have to look at the things that are presented your way, and ask yourself, “Does this support my goals, or is it a distraction?”
Stay focused, avoid the “Shiny Object Syndrome”, and commit your life to mastery!
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