If you want to be successful, you got to focus on one thing. If you’re all over the place, you’ll never succeed. But is it?
I’ve always heard from others that I need to focus on one thing. That if I keep starting new things all the time, I’m never going to be an expert in anything. And then I won’t be able to find a good job nor get paid enough money.
For long I felt the pressure to follow that advice. The only problem was, I never felt good about choosing one thing. I always wanted to do many.
A few years ago I finally let go of trying to fit into the template that I’m not. I realized that the person who knows best what’s good for me is… me. And if what makes me happy and fulfilled is working on multiple projects, then so be it.
That’s what I did.
And something magical happened. Since I gave myself full permission to spread my energy into more projects, I started accomplishing more. Psychology for Marketers is one such example.
So if that sounds like you… If you also want to work on multiple projects… then watch this video. You’ll see that multiple projects can be just as effective (if not more effective..) way to success.
Here is the full Peter’s Law: