What Is Your Biggest Problem With Getting Things Done?
“Smoke good, eat good, live good” – Kendrick Lamar (Poe Man’s Dreams)
It’s a common theme nowadays to have a ton of half-done or unfinished projects.
So many times it’s from bursts of unsustained creativity. Other times it’s just down to a lack of organisation and cluttering an already overcrowded life and schedule.
But focus changes everything.
Focus and an emphasis on purpose totally simplifies your life.
It defines where you direct your priceless enegy – what you do and don’t do.
Unfocused people try to do too much – and this eventually leads to unnecessary stress, avoidable fatigue, and conflict with your inner self and with others.
Focus simplifies your life.
You concentrate your effort and energy on only what’s important. And so, you grow in every area of your life by simply being selective with a few parts of it.
There is nothing quite as potent as a focused life, one lived on purpose.
The men and women who have made the greatest difference in history were the most focused.
“Without a clear purpose, you will keep changing directions, jobs, relationships, churches, or other externals – hoping each change will settle the confusion or fill the emptiness in your heart. You think, Maybe this time it will be different, but it doesn’t solve your real problem-a lack of focus and purpose.” – Rick Warren
Instead of being involved in too many things at once, just simply spending one hour completely dedicated to a particular project could change your life.
Make a decision today to focus on what’s important. Not just only focusing, but also carrying it out to the end.
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