Stick to what you're good at.

Basically there are two types of people in this world. Those who say you need to bring up your weaknesses so they match your strengths...

or those who tell you to really focus on your strengths and outsource your weaknesses.

BY FAR, the world's most successful adhere to the second method.

The truth is, there is SO MUCH information out there that we just don't have time to master anything and everything.

We must be selective.

I used to be in the first camp.  I thought I needed to be the jack of all trades.

Be the be a social media genius, a facebook funnels expert, business development guru, an accountant, a sales gun and so much more.

I would literally buy 10-20 books at a time because I wanted to have knowledge and expertise in every area that ever graced my mind.

And while it's necessary to have a solid understanding on all the different elements of your business, it's kinda crazy to think you can be EVERYTHING to EVERYONE.

So I stopped looking for knowledge externally, and looked inwards.

What had I learnt from interviewing the world's most succesful strength coaches and personal trainers from around the globe?

What was the one underlying key to their success.

The answer?

Go Deep....Not Wide.

It takes great discipline and focus to really stick at something until you're great, but the rewards are plentiful.

And I can only tell you this because it was a problem I had.

I was forever trying to please everyone and offer a bazillion services to anyone who showed slight interest in what I had to offer.

However, it wasn't until I niched down and really focused on providing EXCEPTIONAL levels of value to those who REALLY wanted my help, the true results came.

People started asking me for help, they started liking my content, and they offered me money to help solve their problems.

My podcast took off, and profitable idea's seemed to flow....!

But it all started with focusing on what I was good at.

Bringing up my strengths and becoming great.

Which is what I encourage you to do also, {!firstname_fix}.

So this week I want to set you a simple task.

All you need to do is spend 15-30 minutes in a quiet place, and simply THINK about the great things you have done, the results you have achieve in your life so far, and how you can build upon that to delivery even more results.

I think you'll find it to be one of the most valuable exercises you can do.

Enjoy your day.

Hayden