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Focus considerations and your productivity

 

Stay Focused On The Things That Matter

Focus considerations are important to your productivity.

If you can’t stay focused, you can’t be productive.

Let me get focused by asking you just one question? Okay – a few questions.

>> How long have you been trying to get your share of the online “Pie” – like forever?

>> Is effectively getting things done on time a problem for you?

>> Do you find that you never have enough time to finish projects?

 

Yes? Well Hallelujah! You are now in the majority of those who say:

===> WOW! Frustration never felt so good!”

===>“I just loooooove not being able to make things work!”

===>“Getting ahead – what the @$*# is that?”

 

Hey, don’t sweat it. Let me tell you a little secret…

Most people struggle for years before they figure it out.

It took me over 5 years online to succeed, but I did it.

What made the difference – that little thing called “Focus”.

 

 

When you first started out learning something new, you
simply didn’t know what to focus on. You also didn’t know
what NOT to focus on.

What? Where? When? How much? AAAAAHHHHHH!

I got it. Confusion. Unhappy family, Unhappy you,
and to top things off, you’re bombarded By B.S.

Are you ready to be done with all of that?

There is always a better way – and I have it!

Take it from someone who lives with A.D.D. every day.

Focus is tough for everyone, but it is not tougher than you.

Want a couple of “Focus” tips?

Okay for starters,

1.  Set a goal.

Tell yourself EXACTLY what you need to do.
(Check out this page – it will help you)

2. Pay close attention to what you do when you work

When you pay close attention to what you do when you work, you keep the “Distraction” thieves at bay.

3.  What are you doing now?

If what you are doing is not related to your goal, STOP!

And now that I have answered all of your questions…
Yeah, RIGHT!

One more thing, here is a link that will answer a lot
more questions than I can in an email. 
Check it out now!

Is it important to be goal specific?

Is your destination “Goal Specific?

Why is it important to be goal specific?

The answer lies in simplicity. 

The more specific you are when you create a goal, the
easier it is to break down your goal into simpler, more
manageable pieces. Is your plan Goal Specific?

Knowing all of the pros and cons of what you want to do is one
of the most important aspects of goal success.  Understanding what
it is going to take to implement the goal setting process, will
help you to know what your needs are along the way.

What? You thought that you just tell yourself “Do This” and
it just happens? No, I’m sure that’s not the case.
You’re smarter than that, but you may not have realized
the “Why” part of Why it is important to be goal specific.

Goal Specific Tip #1: Evaluate!

When you begin to process what your goal is about, or needs
to be, you must look at “All the angles”.

Don’t just say “I will build my child’s treehouse by next Saturday”

While this carries a specific nature, it is not as goal specific as
it needs to be.

I will build my child’s treehouse in “X” tree, using Cedar lumber
from (building supply, garage, etc.). The design will be My own,
from a plan, at a cost of approximately “X” dollars/Euros/?/.
I can do this in my spare time (evenings and weekends) 
within 7 days.

Now, what is the difference in the goal specific content
between the two? A lot.

So, why is the second better than the first?

Goal Specific Tip #2:  Simplify

Always simplify when possible.

In the second, and more goal specific statement, you can look at many
aspects of the goal.  This allows you to more easily re-state portions of
your goal that will not fit with the plan.

For instance, maybe cedar is not the wood that is available to you.
What are your alternatives?

Maybe you bought a plan that will not allow construction in the tree
that you have chosen. Now what? Can you modify the plan? Can you
modify the tree (not my best choice – I like trees)?

 

Goal Specific Tip #3:  What about that plan ‘B’?

You need to always be aware that you may need a “Plan ‘B’ “.

As situations, challenges, and even simply life can attempt to
subvert your plans, keeping tabs on alternatives is always
a great idea.

The more that you understand your goal (i.e. specific aspects),
the better you can pick out where things can go wrong, and
where possible changes may be needed.

There is almost always more than “ONE WAY” to do things.

Challenges will come and go no matter what you do.
The better prepared you are, the more likely you will be
to see you plan through to its finish.

In Summary, 
===> Always evaluate your plan, be goal specific, and set up your goal accordingly.

===> Simplify your goal when possible to more easily understand its pros and cons.

===> Remember that alternatives usually exist for any challenge.

 

Keep these Goal Specific Tips in mind and you will not have
to say “I Quit” to your plans.  Just a little “Sidestep” will do.

Keep your eye focused toward your road ahead

Keep your eyes, and your mind, focused on your road ahead. focus on the road ahead By staying focused on where you are going, you can maintain your motivation and achieve your dreams. Maybe you are one of the lucky few who is never distracted by anything. REALLY? Did you know that the average loss of work EACH DAY is over 3 hours. That means for every 8 hours that you are getting paid, you are only working for 5 hours – maybe. Then, considering that the average attention span of most individuals is only 20 to 30 minutes (and that’s at the high end) long, then there is several minutes of “Dead” time used to re-group and gather back our thoughts, leaving us with working not more than 4-1/2 hours in a work day. So you’re upset that you are only making $20/hr. Well guess what? You no longer have to carry a frown. You are really making over $35/hr.

The less you work, the more you make.

With that in mind, consider which is more beneficial to you. . .

Would you be better off wasting all of that time, still getting your paycheck,

OR,

would it benefit you to out perform your peers (they waste time too) and set yourself up for advancement in your industry?

Which road in front of you are you going to take?

which road will you take?