I have two fiddle leaf plants on my landing—both in the best spots for indirect but bright light.
One, however, is not doing so well. I repotted it a long time ago and it’s just not thriving like the other one.
Every time I walk past it, I look at it. I almost don’t see the bright vibrant one beside it sometimes. I think of what it needs to bring it back to full health.
And it’s like that with a lot of areas in our life. We focus on the things not working and ignore the ones that are.
It also works the same with your business.
If you have clients who demand a lot of your time, take up your energy, or otherwise stress you out—it will pull your attention away from those who pay promptly, get the most value, refer you the most, and ultimately are the best to work with.
Prune the plants that aren’t working so you can focus on the ones that are.