How to Focus on What is Really Important

Focusing your time on distractions is easy. Focusing your time on what is really important takes effort and commitment. Begin by creating a vision of what you want your future to look like. You can then write a set of long-term goals to help you achieve your vision. These longer term goals will help you decide on what you should and should not be spending the majority of your time. The following steps will help you to focus on what is really important:    

  • Take at least one small action every day that moves you towards your long-term goals.   
  • Evaluate how much time you waste on distractions and eliminate one time waster every week.     
  • Take the time to focus on your loved ones. Family commitments should always be your highest priority. 
  • Remember that money is a means to an end, not an end in itself.

Focus on what is really important this week!

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1 Comment

  1. Richard McCallum

    Good solid and proven information that we have tendency to get lax on as we get tied down in our everyday work load.

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