What comes to mind when you think about complacency? I’m guessing it holds some pretty negative connotations for you.
Maybe you’ve heard people described as complacent in the corporate world when they weren’t doing well at their job. I want to challenge this way of thinking and give you permission to be complacent.
Yes, you read that right. I want you to be more complacent! Why? Because I believe that when you are strategically complacent in certain areas of your life, it gives you more time and energy to excel in one area.
When you focus on one goal at a time, you’re going to reach it a lot faster and be less exhausted. It’s a win-win!
In this episode, I’m sharing four guidelines for using strategic complacency to reach your goals faster.
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You will make progress towards your goals so much faster when you take this approach, and it requires less effort because you’re not stretching yourself to perform at such high levels in all areas of your life.
What are you going to be strategically complacent on so that you can focus on your one thing?
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