No Focus – No Success

Screenshot 2020-02-07 at 12.20.39Success is within everyone’s grasp, yet success is not achieved by many. Regardless of what you want to achieve you will need to be focused. If you want a good relationship you need to focus on the person with whom you have a relationship, and not be distracted by everyone else you think you could have a relationship with.

In every aspect of life, if you desire success you need to focus on the thing that is most important to you. I remember my Mom suggested that if I wanted to get more business I should join the golf club, but I soon realised that I would need to make a choice to either be a good golfer or a good businessman. Yet many of the people I met at the golf club had another idea, and they were on their way to being successful drinkers. That is the funny reality about life, if you don’t focus – you will become like a lazy river and follow the easiest path. Some of you might point out that a river eventually cuts through rock, but that makes my point more clear – the river only succeeds in cutting through the rock because it constantly works on that one point!

You can become anything you want and you can be successful at it. But if you try being successful at more than one thing, realise that you have given up the possibility of real success in both of those things.

Many opportunities come our way in life, we must make choices and then stick to the choice you have made and work as hard as you possibly can on that one thing to achieve success. If you believe there is something else then forfeit what you are doing and become laser focused on the thing you believe in. That is the foundation of success!

“Most people have no idea of the giant capacity we can immediately command when we focus all of our resources on mastering a single area of our lives.”
Tony Robbins

 

 

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