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Weapons of Mass Distraction

by Philippe Moisan Tutorial videos, writing
Weapons of mass distraction are anything that keep you from focusing on building your business.
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  • Wasting time
  • Spending money in the wrong places
  • Lack of planning
  • Trying to do too many things
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Review on Weapons of Mass Distraction

Mass distraction can be caused by:

* The most obvious time waster: TV.
* following too many mentors.
* buying too many products.
* downloading too much free stuff such as reports, ebooks, PLR articles, videos.
* trying to stay active at too many social networks.
* jumping on new business opportunities every week.
* chatting for hours and hours on Facebook, Skype, Traffic Exchanges, any place with chat.
* Joining too many groups.
* Not wanting to miss THE webinar, presentation, conference call, etc
* Liking too many Fan Pages.
* Anything else you can think of.

Today, what I want you to do is to sign a treaty with yourself to help reduce the number of weapons of mass distraction in your business.

To increase your chances of staying motivated and focused, start with your health:

* Sleep
* Eating
* Exercise
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To read the rest of this review, click on the link below:

http://beproactivenow.net/2013/01/05/treaty-to-eliminate-weapons-of-mass-distraction/

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About Philippe Moisan Magnate II     Tutorial videos, writing

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Joined APSense since, August 20th, 2010, From Quebec, Canada.

Created on Jan 5th 2013 18:59. Viewed 1,062 times.

Comments

Neville Dinning Professional   Independent Consultant
Useful reminder Philippe.

It is a tricky thing trying to juggle too many things at once. You have reminded me that I should focus more on a few things rather than have too balls in the air at the same time.

I don't see the APSense logo in the group of weapons of mass distraction in the image. :)
Jan 5th 2013 20:21   
Philippe Moisan Magnate II   Tutorial videos, writing
Thanks for your feedback, Neville :)

I didn't create the image, I found it by search, you're right, in our cases, APSense should be in it lol
Jan 5th 2013 21:58   
Wilfredo Maceres Committed   Home Biz Entrepreneur
Hi Sir Nev & Phil, yes you're both right, we must focus on one thing and try to finish it before doing another. In this way our analysis or thinking is not scattered and achieve whatever we are trying to accomplish. Also, Apsense, must be included..lol.
Jan 5th 2013 22:17   
Philippe Moisan Magnate II   Tutorial videos, writing
thanks, Wilfredo, yes, analysis is important, at the same time, we don't want to do too much of it, it's a matter of balance.

I am thinking of modifiying the pic to add APSense :)
Jan 5th 2013 22:26   
Chuck Bartok Professional   Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing
Remember Abraham Lincoln focused intently on one thing at a time. Ever read Conwell's Acres of Diamonds?
Lincoln possessed the uncanny ability to totally focus on ONE task to completion and then on to another>
Jan 5th 2013 22:28    Edited in Jan 5th 2013 22:55
Vishwajeet Kumar Magnate I   Blogger
Awesome article Philippe, Yes! Sometimes We are trying to use all Things at once which is definitely Not a Good Thing. We should Try to Focus on single Goal, Which Can be Achieve easily, Am I right?, When We try to ride in two boats at once, we will definitely sink like a titanic.
Jan 5th 2013 22:57   
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