Focus on the Wildly Important

January 28, 2019 FranklinCovey Content Team

 

 

Chris McChesney said, "There will always be more good ideas than there is capacity to execute." By focusing on the most important goals and ideas, your efforts will be magnified.

Choose a wildly important goal that represents the most critical gap your organization must close and focus your finest efforts on it. Create a clear starting line, finish line, and deadline (From X to Y by When).

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