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Overwhelmed by your business? You need the number three!

If you're feeling overwhelmed in your business then here’s a simple solution: use the number three! Managing a business plus planning for the future can create endless to-do lists, but by breaking it down to three steps at a time, you can save yourself from the procrastination pit and make sure your business growth is successful.


Why Three is the Magic Number

So why is three the magic number when it comes to taking action in business? Well, for starters, it's simple. Let's face it, the more steps you have in front of you, the more likely you are to get lost in the maze of tasks, feel overwhelmed and lose sight of your ultimate goals. Three steps keep things moving ahead without having that never-ending to-do list.

But it's not just about simplicity. Three steps also allow you to focus on what really matters. By narrowing your plan down to just three key areas at a time, you can focus your efforts and ensure that you're allocating your resources (time, finances and mental space) in the most efficient way possible.

And let's not forget about the power of three in combating procrastination. We all know how easy it is to put off tackling a daunting task, but when you break it down into three manageable steps, suddenly it becomes much more achievable. It's like a little game of "I’m doing it!" with yourself.

So there you have it, the magic of three. It's simple, efficient, and a powerful tool against procrastination. So go ahead, embrace the power of three in your business and watch as it transforms your overwhelm into success. You've got this!


The Problem with Too Many Action Plans

Picture this: you have a plan (or to-do list) that's so extensive, it could rival the Encyclopedia Britannica. It's got multiple areas, sections, tasks, and so on. You feel like you need a map just to navigate through it - and lots of clients tell us that even when they get the map they don’t know how to take the first step. But here's the problem: when your action plan is too complicated, it becomes more of a hindrance than a helpful tool.

Leading to analysis paralysis (sound a little too familiar?). You spend so much time analysing and strategising that you forget to actually do the doing! Your business ends up stuck in a perpetual state of planning, with no real progress being made. It's like being stuck on a hamster wheel, going round and round with no way to step off.

And when you have too many actions to take, it's easy to lose sight of your ultimate goal: business growth. You get so caught up in the nitty-gritty details that you forget that your real objective is to grow your business, make money and have a life.

So, let's simplify things. Cut down on the complexity and focus on what really matters. Remember, sometimes less is more, especially when it comes to taking action.


The Benefits of Keeping it Simple

Keeping it simple can save you from unnecessary headaches, working crazy hours away from your family and straight up wasting time doing things that don’t make your business money or grow. By focusing on just three things at any given time, you can streamline your strategy and make sure you're moving in the right direction without getting lost in your head.

We find the biggest benefit of simplicity is clarity. With fewer steps and less complexity, it's easier to understand, execute and to clearly articulate your goals and strategies to others, making it easier to support your vision (especially your customers!).


In the fast-paced world of business, things can change quickly, and you need to be able to adjust your strategies accordingly. When your plan is simple and action focussed, it's much easier to make necessary changes and adapt to new circumstances. Your business stays agile and responsive to market demands, instead of getting lost in complicated plans that you never complete.


Embrace the simplicity of three so you can focus on what truly matters and find the fun in the journey of building your business. You'll be amazed at the power of simplicity to transform overwhelm into success.


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