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Focus Fix Masterclass
It’s 2pm and you look up from your desk. Where did the day go?
This morning you had big plans. But between the phone calls, emails, and “quickly” checking Instagram, you’re feeling the pressure of getting it all done - again.
THE FOCUS FIX
A masterclass for overwhelmed interior designers who want to stop being reactive and take control of their day.
Date: Tuesday, June 7th, 2022
Time: 11:00am - 12:30pm Central
Investment: $27SIGN UP NOW
It’s clear you’ll be working the “second shift” tonight because you’ve been…
Tending to clients and putting out fires.
Checking your email and texts every few minutes afraid of dropping the ball.
Starting and stopping while you hop from one thing to the next.
Unsure how to prioritize when everything feels important.
You’re craving a solid block of time to get creative or work on your business, but it never seems to happen.
If everyone would just leave you alone, or maybe if you were just “more disciplined,” it would all get done.
It’s not a sustainable solution to shut yourself away or treat yourself like a demanding boss.
You need to learn how to run your business with focus.
There will always be requests for your time, energy and attention. There’s a lot of moving parts in your day - and that doesn’t have to be a problem. It’s possible to feel more ease and enjoyment while still serving your clients well.
The only thing between you and ending the day feeling accomplished and proud is learning how to create focus on demand.
Focus doesn’t come from grinding or forcing your way through the day. You also don’t have to fire all of your clients. Using the three simple steps in the Focus Fix process you’ll notice a difference in how much you get done and the quality of your work.
I’ve taught this skill to over 100 interior designers and now it’s your turn.
When you sign up for The Focus Fix, you’ll learn to:
Understand how your brain’s natural tendencies impact focus so that you can stop working against yourself and experience more freedom.
Tune out distractions - created by you and others - so that you can be fully engaged with what you’re working on.
Prioritize your tasks so that the important things get done without the mental drama.
Make intentional decisions about focused work periods so you can stop feeling overwhelmed and reactive.