Focus on your Goals
Whatever you focus on, expands. Focus on your business, it will expand. Focus on good health and your good health will expand. If you are focused on how poor you are or how scared you are, those thoughts expand and you will see more of those thoughts and people who support those thoughts around you.
Set an intention on what you’re going to focus on tomorrow morning. Write out a plan of action and even if your plans change or get postponed keep the end result in your focus. Write yourself notes, type up a to-do list, ask your friends to remind you, write it in your calendar or whatever you can do to remind yourself to keep the focus on what you want.
- I love this quote! “I believe in looking at reality straight in the eye and denying it”- Garrison Keillor
Distractions will come in looking like they are REALLY important or SUPER TIME SENSITIVE but if you look at them closely they can usually be priortized for a later date. My friend says to me often and I say it to back to just as often “we need to stay on target, keep our focus on our original goal” because if you get talked into starting other projects or things crop up that you think are more important you WILL get off track and the next thing you know it’s 4 months later and your onto another project and none of the projects you started are finished.
- Stay on target, keep your focus on the original plan.
Little things can distract you like e-mails or phone calls. It may not seem like it at the time but those interruptions can get you off course faster than you ever imagined. How do you keep on focus?
Keep your goal in front of you. Write it on a post it note and stick it on your computer, set up a reminder in your outlook calendar or set a timer on your clock to keep you going on your project for a specific time. Put a DO NOT DISTURB sign on your office door and let your co-workers or family know you mean business!
You will feel so good about your project or goal when you have completed it that it will be worth the added effort to resist tempting offers or well meaning friends phone calls/e-mails.
Sending this with ~LOADS of LOVE~