Does doing more make more results? There’s a better option to ‘more’:
More often means less: Running the same advert more. The same messaging more. Chasing more mediocre-quality leads for your business. Trying more marketing strategies because you’re “only one away.” These are all ‘more’, but do they really give you more?
Better often means more: Running a better advert. With better messaging. Pursuing better quality leads. Focusing on implementing the strategies you’re doing now–better–because you’re not “only one away”, the one you have now is probably in theory. These are all ‘better’, not ‘more’.
Doing more doesn’t give us more. But doing better makes us better. Are you committed to ‘more’, or ‘better’?
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“What will it take” nurtures mindful contributions of time and cash, enabling them to be efficient and essentialist with their resources. This mindset outperforms and outlasts chaotic competitors stuck doing whatever it takes.
The tools are designed to prevent people from solving problems. Otherwise they’d optimize their designs for connecting with the right people and fostering relationships, instead of pandering for Likes and rewarding consumption. You’re not supposed to leave, remember? Because ads.
Important work needs no reactive behavior. If you’re moving fast, you’re reacting to things that come your way, rather than really considering things and acting in their best interests.
Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast.
“The path to success is to not buy sensationalist crap like this. Focus on doing your meaningful work for those you wish to serve, no shortcuts.”
I decided to save you the embarrassment by writing this blog post instead.