I’m working on a new website for my Remodelers Circle program.

Like any website project – it has a lot of moving parts. I need to figure out the pages to include, how I want it designed, and lots of content writing.

Last week I worked on it for about an hour. What did I have to show for my hour of dedicated work?

Absolutely nothing.

I started writing some content. Then switched to making an outline of the menu and what pages I wanted to create. Bounced over to my main website to see what blog posts I would move over to the new website. Tinkered with a testimonial that one of my clients sent over.

I was sporadic and jumping all over the place.

The next day before I sat down to work on the project again, I thought for a minute and picked ONE thing. Just one thing related to the project to focus on and move forward.

At the end of that hour, I had one piece of content written out and completed. I was able to check something off!


A lot of your remodeling projects for clients are like what I described above. A lot of the ‘working on the business’ items you long to focus on are like this as well.

They’re projects that have a lot of moving parts and pieces and a ton of things that you have to do.

Let this be a reminder to break your work and tasks down to bite-sized chunks.

Decide on what ONE thing you’re going to grab and drive through to completion vs. dabbling on five different things and not getting anything actually done.

Like a lot of my blog posts, I write them as a reminder to me as much as I do to you :) I hope you found this helpful.


I’m excited to be launching two new Remodelers Circle Mastermind Groups in September! Until I get the new and snazzy website done, you can get the details on Remodelers Circle here.

Let me know if you’d like to talk more about this transformational group.

It’s powerful to be in a professionally facilitated and organized group with like-minded, similar sized remodelers who are eager to learn and to share ideas, templates, and best practices with each other.


Remember: Focus, pick one thing, and complete it!