The Focus Course

December 5 – 9, 2016

Creative Focus
Online Summit

A free, online event featuring conversations with a dozen of the world's best creative entrepreneurs.

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Why We Need a Focused Life

This short video is pulled right out of the bonus section of The Focus Course. I wanted to share this with you because it video stands on its own — it will give you value and a quick win today. Check it out to get an excellent overview of why you need a focused life.

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Meet Joanna Eitel

   Joanna Eitel Joanna and her husband, Tyler, live in Kansas City, Missouri. They have a 4-year old son and 2-year old daughter. After working for almost ten years as an event coordinator for a large ministry in the area, Joanna now works part-time as the office manager for an adoption agency along with enjoying

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Paul Jarvis on Audience Growth (Summit Preview Video)

On Monday, we begin the Creative Focus Online Summit. In a countdown to the Summit, we’ve been posting a teaser video every day this week. Today’s preview is a segment from from my conversation with Paul Jarvis. Here, Paul shares one of the keys to growing an audience: developing relationships with other people. “Business is

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Jeff Sheldon on Story-Based Selling (Summit Preview Video)

On Monday, we begin the Creative Focus Online Summit. All this week, in our countdown to the Summit, we’ve been posting a teaser video every day. Here’s what we’ve shared so far: Monday: Claire Lew on Quality and Patience Tuesday: Josh Kaufman on the 5 Essentials of Business Wednesday: Jocelyn K. Glei on her Stop

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Using Focus as a Competitive Advantage

In my office is a giant whiteboard. And as we were planning the Creative Focus Online Summit, I listed out all the people whom I wanted to take part. Right at the top of that list was Claire Lew. Claire is the CEO of Know Your Company, which is a very clever software tool that

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Ira Glass on Taste vs Talent

When trying to get moving toward a goal, project, business, etc. it can be frustrating. Especially so when you’re on the threshold of a new project and you see where you are right now and you compare it to where you hope to go, and it feels unsurmountable. Why spend a disproportionate amount of time

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