Event: The Power of Focus for Your Business Growth & Creativity


The Power of Focus

Those who achieve their desired success know the power of focus. They achieve more and do so faster because of it.

Most people say they want to be more focused, yet aren’t….

  • Why is that?
  • What’s getting in their way?
  • What will make the difference?
  • Is it the right strategies, mindset, sheer determination or willpower?

“Focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses. Focus on your character, not your reputation. Focus on your blessings, not your misfortunes.”

Roy T. Bennett

For you it could be all of these or none of them, so join me for this fun and interactive session where we’ll uncover what’s really going on and you will get at least one actionable thing to improve your focus, your business growth and creativity.

“Focusing is about saying No.”
Steve Jobs

Whether you’re a solo business owner or running multiple teams, there’s something for you to contribute and something to get from this session.

Please comment below with your questions and even if you can’t make the event in person, I’ll see if I can get somebody to livestream my talk on Periscope from @CreativeFlow.tv

Event Details

Location: On The 7th Members Club, MediaCityUK, Salford, Greater Manchester

Wednesday 9th November – Breakfast Networking

Our Breakfast Networking is an opportunity to connect with like-minded souls within MediaCityUK and spark ideas, form partnerships and put the world to right.

Join us at 9am until 11am for tea, coffee and hot & continental breakfast platters and the talk by Una Doyle of CreativeFlow.tv

Limited spaces available, to book please call 0161 686 5500 or email Rachel at hello@onthe7th.co.uk

Members – free
Non-members – £10

“Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four hour days.”

Zig Ziglar

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Una Doyle

Una is a Business Coach & Strategist for Creative Services Providers (Design, Animation, Marketing/Digital Agencies, etc.). She helps them to stand out from the crowd confidently & profitably so they can attract high-level, 'Ready to Invest' clients, doing creative work that fills their hearts with pride - WITHOUT selling their soul or adding extra workload.

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Ciaran Doran

Thanks for the invite Una, sadly can’t join tho. Like Zig Ziglar, he’s got some great back to basics methods!
Focus these days is tougher and tougher as we allow all the online distractions eat our time. Question is: how soon can I completely disengage from email? I would dearly love email to die a quick death since all other communication methods such as WhatsApp and Skype tend to encourage brevity and speed which is really needed.
Answers please 🙂

    Una Doyle

    Dear Ciaran

    I apologise, I only saw this now?

    The good news is that I’m doing further talks on this topic and you can find the details here:
    (Note, if you’re not local to me I will be running some webinars on the topic too.)

    Regarding your question about disengaging from email, I don’t see that happening any time soon! However there are definitely other means of communication that are reducing it massively.

    If I remember correctly we connected on Linkedin and you tend to be working on large scale projects? Using Project Management tools such as Basecamp, Trello &/or Slack mean that people can comment directly on the bits of information that are relevant and tag only the people who need to see it. (Because anyone who might need to see that would have access anyway, even if not directly tagged.)

    With integrations Slack can be used with more corporate type tools if required also.

    I think there’s also a need for training around how and when to communicate and how to run effectively meetings, which taken together with red tape reduced documentation can massively reduce bureaucracy and enhance the effectiveness of communication.

    Generally though, in my experience, the biggest issue with email in larger organisations tends to come from internal politics and that’s definitely not a quick fix! 😉

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