I really enjoyed sharing with you how to stop tolerating poor results in your business during my call this week. The recording will be available until the end of today only. If you haven’t had a chance to download it, you can do so here

During the call I also announced a special opportunity for female entrepreneurs who haven’t reached 6-figures in their businesses yet, who are frustrated by their lack of results. You can learn more about the opportunity and the “success” special that is on until the 14th here

The phrase “how you do anything is how you do everything” is on my mind this week. It’s not good to have so many things going on that you don’t end up doing anything really well. In today’s article you will learn more on this topic and why it’s super important for the success of your business (and enjoyment of your life really).

Have a great weekend and a BIG Happy Mama’s Day to all of you beautiful Mom’s out there!

“How You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything.”

When my mentor first said this, I kind of got it, but not really. I was thinking of it more in terms of when I went to events. Don’t ask me why, but that is what resonated for me at the time. I was really thinking it was about showing-up as the best version of myself. I also thought it meant to walk-the-talk and follow through on what I said I was going to do. That was definitely part of it, but really not the full scoop.

What I didn’t realize is that it really applies to everything in your business (and life). If you have so many projects going on that you are super scattered, and not doing anything well, this is going to show-up in your business. Your clients and peers will feel this. You know yourself what it feels like when someone is so busy that they barely have time to talk to you. They’re distracted and don’t give 100% to what they’re doing on that moment (talking to you). This doesn’t feel good.

What I’ve also realized is it’s hard to do each part of your business well if you have too much going on. If you’re stretched too thin you won’t be doing a good job at anything you’re doing.

Doing an exceptional job, really means showing-up 110% to every single thing you do. This can be from writing articles, to client meetings, to client prep, time to marketing and sales. This involves being present. Enjoying every task you are doing – and doing it as well as you can. Being mediocre will only get you mediocre results. But when you excel in every area of your business, your energy will shift and people will feel it. People being clients, potential clients and those whom you want to collaborate with.

This also applies to your personal life. Life will be so much more rich and full if you put your best effort into every single thing you do. Being the best parent, wife, friend, etc. Don’t get me wrong, when you’re tired, being the best Mom you can be won’t be as great as when you’re not. BUT you will have tried your best in that moment with the tools you had. Knowing this and carrying though on this will make all of the difference. Being present and trying your best will have a huge impact.

The bottom line then, is that you really can’t bite off more then you can chew. Don’t take on more if you can’t commit the time to doing it really well. If you have limited hours during the day allotted to your business, you have to be okay with that decision. Otherwise, you are going to take on too much and will find yourself in a place of overwhelm and stress. This will carry over to all areas of your life.

You want to be known for what you do. You want to be that person who has a thriving business and great relationships with others. This is how you do it. Remember, how you do anything is how you do everything.