Bruce Lee said, “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times. Repetition creates mastery!
So, in essence, focus on one thing and master it before you move on to the next thing, if you need to! That goes for business as much as for the spiritual approach. You can try a little meditation, a little yoga, or a little shamanic medicine work, but it won’t really move you forward until you master each art form completely. If you want to succeed in marketing and advertising your ideas, products, or services, you have to master one channel of buying media (advertisement) until you get it just right. Once you find your daily method of operation and practice it consistently every day with a focused mind, you will understand how repetition creates mastery.
I learned how to play an aboriginal instrument, the didgeridoo, and needed to practice playing it for 8 hours per day for several months. I carried the heavy eucalyptus branch with me for many years wherever I traveled and played since 1994. Eventually, I mastered the amazing droning instrument, and here you can watch and hear me playing it.