I don’t wish to add to my repertoire.
It has reached some kind of saturation.
There’s no limit to how far I can go within my repertoire.
However, it is not comfortable with strategy addition.
Did you just have this dialogue?
It’s good you did.
While you start out in a field, you’re developing it.
There needs to come a stage, in a while, where you have exactly identified, that you’re developing this, this and this further. Nothing else.
Once you know what the exact game is, all your focus is required to take it to the nth level. What that n is going to be is up to you, again.
Bottomline is, after a point, know your game.
This is the game.
This is what you are scaling up.
That, that, that and that you are discarding, or have discarded.
You need to reach this point within a reasonable time-frame.
Then comes the next step.
Pray, what might that be?
Before embarking upon scaling up, that what remains in your saturated repertoire – automate it.
What have you.
Use any means for automation.
Anything that’s legit, and which works.
Automation is a huge blessing if used properly and after having tied up all the loose ends.
If implemented in a hurry with sieve-like loopholes, it can even take you to the cleaner’s.
Implement automation in a justified and sure-shot fashion.
Do you know what’s going to happen now?
You have created a situation, where scaling up means just punching in an additional 0 in the right corner, before the decimal point.
After a while, the complete field will be on auto.
If you’re wise, you won’t scale up beyond your sweet-spot.
Because obnoxious scales come with obnoxious problems.
Anything beyond your sweet-spot…
What is your sweet-spot?
That only you can discover.
So what now is the exact status of the field?
Your repertoire in the field has reached complete saturation regarding strategy and scale. It is on full auto. It is adding to your well-being without you batting an eye-lid.
However, where does that leave you?
Is that even a question?
There’s so much to do in the world.
Discover a new field.
Develop your new repertoire in this field.
Take it to strategy saturation. Automate it. Scale it up. Take it to the sweet-spot. Wean off the scaling up. Move on.
What a life it’s going to be for you!