Get Focused! 10 Tips, Plus Questions INFOGRAPHIC September 29, 2017 Reading Time: 1 min 15 sec Share107Tweet9Share13Pin1K2K SharesIt's that time of year when we "knuckle down" and get focused on our goals and plans for the rest of the year - so I hope you, your clients fans and followers find these focusing tips helpful! NOTE: Want to share JUST the Infographic (and not the whole article)? Right-click (or Ctrl+Click on Macs) to save the infographic to your device, then share the image direct from your device! Where Could You Get More Focused in Your Life? This GET FOCUSED Infographic gives 10 tips, then asks people questions to help identify ways they could remove distractions and get more focused in life. It wraps-up by choosing 3 actions to get more focused! Use this graphic with your clients in a workshop or coaching session, as a journaling exercise - or as individual journaling prompts! How to Share this GET FOCUSED Infographic on your social media: EASY: Ask fans & followers, "Which of the 10 "Get Focused" tips most inspires YOU?" MEDIUM: Share the graphic, and expand on your favourite tip saying how YOU would help a client in this area! CHALLENGE: Taking each tip in turn, write a few sentences developing each area and share daily for 10 days to inspire your fans and followers to hire you! Love this? We have brandable "done for you" infographics like this in our Social Media Graphics for Coaches (use on social media, blog and more). If you like this GET FOCUSED Infographic, you may also like: Our Productivity & Time Management Toolkit (with User Guide) Refresh Your Life! Great Coaching Questions & Journaling Prompts (Infographic) Want to Succeed? 7 Easy Ways to Be More Focused and Spend Less Time on Email & Social Media Categories: Coaching, Coaching Inspiration, Coaching Questions, Focusing, Infographics, Self-Management, Time Management Image of Cartoon Graphic Man & Woman by Dooder via Shutterstock 3 Comments Stacia October 4, 2017 I love this infographic. Is there a way to print the whole thing? Reply Emma-Louise October 4, 2017 Hi Stacia, Hmmmm. You can download the image, and then copy it into Microsoft Word perhaps. Or just straight print it (make sure you have the one-page option set, or change the %age so it fits on one page). It is doable - but exactly how will depend on your printer settings. You could probably also send it to somewhere like Staples and ask them to print it on one page for you. I hope that helps somewhat. Warmly, Emma-Louise Reply Lesia October 26, 2017 Right click and save as a picture. Then I think you can print it. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.