Whenever I am clear about my focus, and steady in my attention, my performance improves. It can reach the level of flow, where I'm no longer even aware of time passing or skill execution -- but that only comes after mindfully keeping my focus on the here and now, on what I'm doing. How about you?
When you start with your focus, do you achieve better results? Are you goals easier to achieve?
Even when our mission is clear, we need to keep our focus on identifying that mission and bringing our actions to the front of achieving our goals in service of that mission.
Your performance starts with your focus.
Do you want to improve your performance? Improve your focus.
What's your focus for today?
-- Doug Smith