How do you stay focused day to day?
If you don’t have systems, processes, and tools that create an environment for you to be fiercely focused, your time and the distractions that come up to fill that time will continue to control YOU.
In the past I’ve shared how I’ve added more discipline to my life – which I realized I desperately needed to do because the same things that had gotten me to one level were NOT going to get me to the next one.
Discipline is only part of the story.
You also need that sweet, fierce FOCUS.
If you struggle with this, there is NOTHING wrong with you.
Any entrepreneur that tells you they don’t is likely being untruthful.
In our world of texts, messages, social media, and everything else that bombards us (yet helps us communicate), we sometimes feel guilty if we’re not reachable all.the.time.
Well I call B.S. on that.
Yes, even if you have kids.
Remember life before cell phones and Facebook?
Speed of implementation is what creates fast growth. Which means it’s crucial that you focus on what’s going to move the needle forward the most.
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More time is not the answer, finding focus is. In my video for you this week, I share how I do it.
Let me know what you think, ok?
Hello, Christine. Thank you so much for this great information on Focus. My problem isn’t focus so much, it’s keeping momentum. I find that I lose interest in doing a project after a while. Then it’s hard to get back into doing it. I have created lists, found quiet time, etc . I only seem to be able to stay at it for 15 minutes at a time. Then it’s hard to get myself to get back to it for weeks later. I tell myself every day I need to spend some time on this project today. Sometimes even just saying those words I can feel my energy level drop. I haven’t figured out yet what’s causing my energy level to drop when it comes to this project. I’ve read books, done affirmations, etc. I can’t seem to keep the momentum to continue for more than 15 minutes at a time. One thing that caught my interest in your video is your management tool. It sounds like Ahsauna. Could you please provide the correct spelling? If nothing else, it’s something new to learn about. Thank you for your time in this matter and reading this message. Take care. Rosella Young, AA-1 Designs, Invest In Your Shelf!
Hi Rosella, thanks for your comment! I can relate to your frustration. (And yes, it’s Asana we use!) I understand you’ve done some work around what’s causing you to lose interest and momentum… but have you delved into whether this project is hard to stick with because maybe deep down you know it’s not part of your path? Or it’s something you’re pursuing to avoid something else? Some things to think about…. 🙂