Photo courtesy Fe Langdon, available on Flickr, under Creative Commons.
There are simple principles of Focus. Perhaps, I have heard of them, or perhaps I have re-invented them. They are in my head now.
The principles of Focus
1. Focus on what you want to create, not on what you want to avoid.
2. Focus on what brings the most value to your life, work or business, instead of keeping busy.
3. Focus on tasks in chunks of uninterrupted time, such as minimum of 90-120min.
4. Focus on what will produce the most value now and in the future, not in the past.
Whom do you want to become? What do you want to achieve?
What is the cornerstone, the single most essential activity, skill or task to concentrate on such that when it’s done, it will sky-rocket your improvement and progress? (hint: Look at the Parkinson law)
How can you guarantee the sacredness of focus? How can you organize your day so that you guard your time?
How can you summon courage in order to move outside your comfort zone? How can you work on the needed change or a change of direction?
How can you create a ritual to encourage your focus flow?
Focus is your personal power. Immerse in it.