Luke’s Pocket Guide on Finding Focus
Effective strategies to maximize your time and effort.
Time is precious and how you choose to use it will define your life. Kudos to those who know exactly what they want to do and how they plan to do it. For the majority of us, figuring out what to do with life can be an all consuming question. Even once you’ve figured out what you want to do, you still have to come up with a plan to make it happen. Without an effective strategy, you’ll just be spinning your wheels.
With limited time and energy, every decision matters. Priorities are important. If we fail to focus our efforts on the task at hand, we never get anything done. If we don’t know what we’re really working for, all the effort might be in vain. Regardless of the goal, focusing our efforts greatly enhances our chance at success. We can find focus and forward progress by asking the right questions, involving the right people, and making the right decisions.
You have the capacity to achieve your dreams. This guide will help you define your priorities and develop a plan to make it happen.
Chapter 1: What to Do & Where to Start
Whether you are solving the world’s problems or managing the mundane, finding focus begins with the here and now.
Chapter 2: Full Potential & the Power of Choice
There is a simple decision to make in any given moment: Am I helping or hurting my chance at success?
Chapter 3: Defining Limits & Accepting Change
Banging your head against the wall seldom leads to a breakthrough. Asking the right questions will help you achieve results.
Chapter 4: Harnessing Habits & Honing Self-Control
Learn methods to harness the force of habit and foster greater self control.
Chapter 5: Solving Problems & Setting Goals
Progress means getting something done, but it’s seldom as simple as we think it should be.
Chapter 6: Staying Motivated & Building Momentum
Since motivation comes and goes, we must build momentum to keep moving forward.
Chapter 7: Cultivating Quality of Life
Head down, working hard, you can’t forget to stop and smell the flowers.