Focus on Your Circle of Influence

 

 

There are circumstances that are beyond our control. When these circumstances arise, it is best to focus on the things we can change. If it's raining outside, you don't shout at the sky to stop,  you bring an umbrella. When a client demands changes to a project, you rally your team and get busy working.

To learn more about your circle of influence, check out Habit 1: Be Proactive.


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