By doing less you accomplish more.
By doing less, you’re forced to focus exclusively on what you do best.
When you only do what you do best, you’re more competitive.
You can charge more. You do a better job. You get more referrals. You’re not interchangeable. You become rare.
By doing less, you free up time to make your best work even better. You perpetuate your advantages.
You feel less overwhelmed. You enjoy your work because you’re good at it.
You become known for your specific thing. People start tagging you in things and sending opportunities your way.
You become the go-to person on your main thing in people’s minds.
The opposite of all this is also true.