3 Amazing Tips for Living a Focused Driven Lifestyle [Subscribe to Your Focused Day Podcast]

Updated: Jul 13

3 Amazing Tips for Living a Focused Driven Lifestyle

“Bounce Back'' is very powerful when used correctly.






Introduction

In this post, Coach Lyman (#stayfocused) will share tips for living a focused driven lifestyle, and why... it is essential to be focused-driven in your life, business, and relationships. The strategies explained in this post will help you grow your business and relationships as they did for my coaching clients.


Why Another Blog?

My goal is to solve one major problem that most coaches and entrepreneurs struggle with- a lack of focus, due to distractions, which causes procrastination, which most blogs tend to gloss over or only give partial truths unless you enroll in their "high ticket" coaching program. Not here...


This blog will give you the best strategies that I share with my coaching clients that have helped them to get laser-focused, productive, and profitable in their businesses, personal life, and relationships. Subscribe to Your Focused Driven Day podcast by clicking here Connect with me by visiting www.lyman360.com.




Let's dive in now...


As I travel around the country speaking to audiences on leadership, decision making, and other business related topics, one of the questions I am often asked is, how do I remain focused, engaging and energetic doing over 35 speaking engagements a year? In response to their question, I say, “It’s my focus lifestyle.” Here is what I mean. Living a focused life is all about setting priorities and making a conscience decision to be intentional about the tasks and projects that I get involved with on a daily basis.


In making that determination, I have discovered three amazing tips that have changed my life and allowed me to remain focused, engaged, and conduct my presentations with such a level of energy, that when I’m done, audiences feel as if they have been entertained and gain a lot of value and not just content. I make sure the content is relevant and up to date and most important, it is targeted to their wants and needs. So here are my three amazing tips:


1. Keep the Main Things, the Main Things. So often, we get distracted by some new and shiny gizmo, business idea or money making scheme that we lose sight of what it is, we should be focusing on in the first place. Here is an example: Let's say your primary focus is building a top notch membership website that allows people to connect on the interest of caring for behaving cats badly (there are some crazy cats out there, I had one year ago named Oreo who thought he was a dog- no kidding). As you start working on the site and about to launch it; you discover that someone else has just launched a similar site. What would you do? I’ve given this scenario in my classes and workshop and over 75 percent of the time, participants will say, “I’ll do something else or find another product or business to start.” The brave twenty-five percent will ask more questions before making a decision.


That is the key to keeping the main things, the main things. Asking the right questions. Here are some details not shared, the site that just launched charges a membership fee of $300.00 per month, and deals exclusively with owners of big cats (Lions, Tigers, and