I have always put 110% of my focus into my business. I know I want quick easy money
and I have always worked hard to get it. Saying this, I have always lacked focus in some ways. I could never settle down and put all my energy into one thing. I see an opportunity, put the ball in motion and then start looking for a new opportunity. The problem was that when I did try and stick with a venture all the way through to the end I got bored.
I know this sounds bad, but it is not like I did not work hard, I just I found a scatter gun approach more interesting. I seemed to be very good and finding the latest system and I left putting this into place for other members of my team. That is why you have a team of people with different skills, to complement each other.
Like I said, I never thought this was a really bad thing. I am an information junkie, so I believed my time was best spent finding the next project, or venture. In fact, looking back I think I was just feeling unworthy of quick easy money and I thought that I needed to know more in order to succeed.
As much as I enjoyed it, this process has not brought me the rewards I want or deserve. So I decided to go back to the drawing board and really look at why I was not focusing. After thinking about it for a while, I realized that my lack of focus was a gut-reaction of fear and that I was actually sabotaging myself. If I did not see something through I could always say to myself that it was not successful because of "not knowing enough". Since realizing this I have begun seeing ventures through to the finish and it has brought me closer to quick easy money and greater satisfaction from each working day.