One common action among my clients who've quit & stayed out of their 9-5 jobs (that you can do right now!):

Decide on one idea.

This might seem obvious, but you’d be surprised at how often when women come to me, they are trying to succeed with 2, 3 or even 4 business ideas at once, plus working in their full-time job.

The roots of the word "decide" literally mean "to cut off," so it often produces a lot of fear and we avoid it or constantly waffle to avoid potentially missing out on something.

If you're throwing a bunch stuff against the wall in the hopes that something will stick and be the thing that succeeds, you're spending too much time exploring all their options, and testing multiple new business ideas simultaneously is not the most strategic way to spend your very limited time or to get you the results you desire.

You don’t have to commit to this for the rest of your life (you’re not getting a tattoo!) but what if you commit solely to one idea for the next 90 days (through the end of 2018)?

With that focus, you give momentum a chance to build, snowball and beat that scattered and unclear feeling.

Confused people don’t buy, so keep it as straight-forward as possible — choose one idea, make 1 offering (or 2 at the most), and get known for that thing.

Can you relate? Or have you decided and are working toward your goal with focus?

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