Five Point Focus

Did you see the movie Pulp Fiction? I know that seems like an off way to start a blog post on ‘Inspiration’ but there’s a simple point here, trust me. When Uma Thurman and John Travolta went to dinner, Uma told him about the TV Pilot she did. She said the name of it was, “Fox Force Five” which is a team of 5 women, each with different specialties for fighting ‘bad guys’. With each one, focusing on using her special capabilities, they were collectively a force to be reckoned with.

So all of that to lead you into my post about the Power of Focus. A total of Five (5) Points to follow. And here goes:

When you have a pile of bills that you have no idea how you are going to pay, you cannot focus on the bills, because you will continue to attract more bills. You have to find a way that works for you to focus on prosperity, despite the bills around you. – Rhonda Byrne

1. Focus on your goal, the how will follow Get clear on what you want to achieve and focus on it. Do not decide on what you want to achieve based on what you think is possible. Allow yourself to dig deep for what you really want, more than anything else, no matter how impossible it may seem. Write this down and give it your focus several times a day, everyday. You will attract the ‘how’ and ‘the means’. Think about anything else you every ‘truly’ wanted, a new car, entrance to an exclusive school, a new cell phone, whatever. Notice how you somehow got what you wanted. We have all had these experiences but think they’re too small to count. They count! And what’s more, the same principle can be applied to bigger things.

2. Focus on the task at hand Set your intention for your tasks and focus on them. If you sit down to write a blog post, do your budget for the month or other task. Focus on it. Do not allow yourself to get distracted by emails or the thought of other tasks on your plate. Schedule your to-do list if you have to. And give each item their due time and focus.

3. Focus on Solutions We all have problems, especially unexpected ones. That’s life. However, you can choose to focus on the problem or you can choose to focus on the solution. Try to make a habit of focusing on the problem just long enough to acknowledge it and find a solution for it. Once you make this a habit, you will get better at taking life’s problems in stride.

Read the rest of this article here—>

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger... runs on the Genesis Framework

Genesis Framework

Genesis empowers you to quickly and easily build incredible websites with WordPress. Whether you're a novice (Which I am ) or advanced developer, Genesis provides the secure and search-engine-optimized foundation that takes WordPress to places you never thought it could go. It's that simple - start using Genesis now!

Take advantage of the 6 default layout options, comprehensive SEO settings, rock-solid security, flexible theme options, cool custom widgets, custom design hooks, and a huge selection of child themes ("skins") that make your site look the way you want it to. With automatic theme updates and world-class support included, Genesis is the smart choice for your WordPress website or blog.

Become a StudioPress Affiliate

Speak Your Mind


This blog is kept spam free by WP-SpamFree.