Here is why leaders pay attention to their “one thing”.

Pay attention to your intention. Ensure that you invest more time thinking and acting on one thing that can bring you the biggest result.

Is it your intention to be the king in your industry? You cannot do that by hiring the most number of people and offering your clients more features and benefits.

No. Your clients are looking for something that your competitors do not serve. If your intention is to be the only choice, you’ve got to pay attention to the client’s need.

Whatever you do and whoever you are, you ought to pay attention to one thing.

Yes, one thing.

Not a hundred things. Not fifty things. Not twenty things. Not ten things.

One thing only.

Leaders who play bigger do not sabotage themselves by trying to succeed in many things. They don’t measure their personal worth by how many hours they worked in a day, or how many people they met, or how many tasks they completed.

The Goal of Public Speaking

Impact lives. The goal of public speaking is not to impress people. Those who intend to impress others only succeed in getting louder cheers and a few standing ovation. And...

Spread enthusiasm.

To make your customers enthusiastic about your product, your must be 101% enthusiastic about your product. When presenting before your customer, forget about everything else.

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