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Attacking Million Dollar Projects

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Case Study

In episode 456, I told you about Diana. An agency owner for 12 years who had recently acquired a second business which now required her to consult $100Million dollar organizations.

In this episode, I want to share with you another issue Diana was facing that you’re probably dealing with too, even if it’s on a different scale.

Ever since acquiring the new company, there was a lot of new projects and a lot of new information.
Every time Diana went to her emails, there was about 30 new emails on new projects that she didn’t know much about.
It was waaaayyy easier to just to jump to her other email account which full of easy responses.

This caused procrastination and just an overhang of “things to do” instead of tasks getting tackled.

Thinking Skills

While you are doing any task, you (without even realizing it!) are using your 28 thinking skills.

When the thinking skills you need to use are strong, doing the task is easy.
If the thinking skill you need to use is weak, doing the task will be a challenge.

The struggle that Diana had, came from a weak thinking skill of Clear Perception.

Clear Perception

Clear perception is about taking in information in a clear and organized way.

Truthfully, compared to most people, Diana’s clear perception was great.
But for her new role, with new challenges, it needed to be even stronger.

While most people wouldn’t even get to the stage of managing hundreds of employees or consulting 100-million-dollar agencies, with strong thinking skills, Diana had no issue.

Remember, the stronger your thinking skills are, the greater the challenges you can solve.

Taking Clear Perception Up a Notch

Since I knew her thinking skill of clear perception was already in a good place and it just needed to go up a notch, I asked her (and I want you to ask yourself):

How do you deal with a lot of new information?

“I always find the one piece that will help me with everything else.” Diana responded. “So, in the email example, I’d find the one most important email that will affect everything else. Once I tackle that email, all the other ones are easy.”

(While she’s saying this, she opens her inbox and says: “I already see which email it is.”)

Your answer to the question, "how do you deal with a lot of new information?" will probably be very different.
You want to recognize how your brain works so you can apply it to greater situations.

Now, if you shut down or really struggle with a lot of information, you probably need to improve your thinking skill of clear perception on a foundational level.
That’s okay too. However, you don’t want to stay here.
To get back to the basics on how to improve clear perception, listen to episode 427.

Apply Clear Perception to Million Dollar Projects

Once you’ve got your strategy, your way of approaching a lot of information, you’ll want to give your strategy a name.
This way it will be easy for your brain to remember it and pull it out in a time of need.

Diana’s name for her strategy was “Find the hot pepper first”
It doesn’t make a difference what you name your strategy, as long as you remember it.
Write it down so you have it next time you're feeling overwhelmed by a lot of information. 

Every time you use your strategy, you will help your brain take in more information in a clear and organized way, building your capacity to take in even more information.

Your Challenge

It’s common with people with ADHD to struggle with taking in information in a clear and organized way.
If you ever walked into a room and instead of cleaning it, you walked out because it was too messy, your thinking skill of clear perception needs to be improved.
If that is the case, there is hope! Episode 427 walks you through exactly what to do.

If you’re pretty good at clear perception, you’re challenge this week is to ask yourself, "How do I take in a lot of information?" Identify the strategy and give it a name so you can expand your capacity to take in even more information.


Cheers to Peak Brain Performance!​

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This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

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Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

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Attacking Million Dollar Projects

CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML

Case Study

In episode 456, I told you about Diana. An agency owner for 12 years who had recently acquired a second business which now required her to consult $100Million dollar organizations.

In this episode, I want to share with you another issue Diana was facing that you’re probably dealing with too, even if it’s on a different scale.

Ever since acquiring the new company, there was a lot of new projects and a lot of new information.
Every time Diana went to her emails, there was about 30 new emails on new projects that she didn’t know much about.
It was waaaayyy easier to just to jump to her other email account which full of easy responses.

This caused procrastination and just an overhang of “things to do” instead of tasks getting tackled.

Thinking Skills

While you are doing any task, you (without even realizing it!) are using your 28 thinking skills.

When the thinking skills you need to use are strong, doing the task is easy.
If the thinking skill you need to use is weak, doing the task will be a challenge.

The struggle that Diana had, came from a weak thinking skill of Clear Perception.

Clear Perception

Clear perception is about taking in information in a clear and organized way.

Truthfully, compared to most people, Diana’s clear perception was great.
But for her new role, with new challenges, it needed to be even stronger.

While most people wouldn’t even get to the stage of managing hundreds of employees or consulting 100-million-dollar agencies, with strong thinking skills, Diana had no issue.

Remember, the stronger your thinking skills are, the greater the challenges you can solve.

Taking Clear Perception Up a Notch

Since I knew her thinking skill of clear perception was already in a good place and it just needed to go up a notch, I asked her (and I want you to ask yourself):

How do you deal with a lot of new information?

“I always find the one piece that will help me with everything else.” Diana responded. “So, in the email example, I’d find the one most important email that will affect everything else. Once I tackle that email, all the other ones are easy.”

(While she’s saying this, she opens her inbox and says: “I already see which email it is.”)

Your answer to the question, "how do you deal with a lot of new information?" will probably be very different.
You want to recognize how your brain works so you can apply it to greater situations.

Now, if you shut down or really struggle with a lot of information, you probably need to improve your thinking skill of clear perception on a foundational level.
That’s okay too. However, you don’t want to stay here.
To get back to the basics on how to improve clear perception, listen to episode 427.

Apply Clear Perception to Million Dollar Projects

Once you’ve got your strategy, your way of approaching a lot of information, you’ll want to give your strategy a name.
This way it will be easy for your brain to remember it and pull it out in a time of need.

Diana’s name for her strategy was “Find the hot pepper first”
It doesn’t make a difference what you name your strategy, as long as you remember it.
Write it down so you have it next time you're feeling overwhelmed by a lot of information. 

Every time you use your strategy, you will help your brain take in more information in a clear and organized way, building your capacity to take in even more information.

Your Challenge

It’s common with people with ADHD to struggle with taking in information in a clear and organized way.
If you ever walked into a room and instead of cleaning it, you walked out because it was too messy, your thinking skill of clear perception needs to be improved.
If that is the case, there is hope! Episode 427 walks you through exactly what to do.

If you’re pretty good at clear perception, you’re challenge this week is to ask yourself, "How do I take in a lot of information?" Identify the strategy and give it a name so you can expand your capacity to take in even more information.


Cheers to Peak Brain Performance!​

ST Rappaport Brain Coach for entrepreneurs png
1.png

Hi, I'm ST,

Just like you, I want to be more efficient and effective.

Most entrepreneurs want to grow their business but already got a lot of stress.
At LifePix University we help you rewire your brain to become more efficient and effective while experiencing more inner peace.
Learn more here.

3.png

Your Essential Guide

to Cognitive Functions

This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

2.png

Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

1 Million downloads per epidode the LifePix University Podcast.png

We're on for 1M downloads

By the end of 2025

Can you help us reach our goal? 
Share this podcast with someone you love!












































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