how to focus attention
Focus considerations, and what is most important
What should your focus considerations include?
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?
>>Or, how long have you been trying to reach a goal and you are still spinning your wheels?
>> Is effectively getting things done on time a problem for you?
>> Do you find 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 being unable to make things work!”
===>“Getting ahead – what the @$*# is that?”
A Dirty Little Secret
Hey, don’t sweat it. Let me tell you a little secret…
Generally, most people struggle for years before they figure out how to market online. Therefore, you are not alone.
It took me over 5 years of online struggle to succeed, but I did it.
What made the difference – a 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. in emails and internet offers.
Are you ready to be done with all the crap?
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.
Try these tips about Focus Considerations?
Okay for starters,
#1. Set A Goal
Tell yourself EXACTLY what you need to do.
(Goal setting can be as easy as 1-2-3.
#2. Pay close attention to what you do as you work
By paying close attention to what you do while you work, you keep the “Distraction” thieves at bay.
#3. Be aware of 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…
Setting a goal is really not the hard part of getting to a goal. In fact, it is probably the easiest part.
In contrast, the real challenge is the motivation to keep working toward that goal.