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Did that blog title jump out at you and sound out-of-place for me?

For those that are striving for extraordinary results, you understand an extreme focus in a narrowed, defined “zone” means other projects are left unaccomplished.

As I reflect back to times in my life when I achieved extraordinary results, I am also now more aware that other areas of my life were a little in chaos and less-important goals were put on temporary hold to allow my time and energy to have ultimate attention on my top objective.

Realizing you cannot accomplish everything does not mean you are weak or a bad leader. Rather, you understand your success is planned, prioritization is required and that you have to go small to go big.

At this point into the new year, I’m sure you have your three to five goals set, but have you also chosen what you will fail at? In other words, I challenge you to also decide what you are putting on the sideline in order for you to prioritize your efforts to achieve extraordinary results in your key performance indicators.

Traction by Gino Wickman and The One Thing by Gary Keller are a couple of my favorite reads related to this subject. What are some of yours?

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