Master Your Focus and Achieve Your Goals

Master Your Focus and Achieve Your Goals

We all have a tendency to become sidetracked. Whether you’re launching a new product, writing a book, or building your practice, distractions can poke and prod us away from our goals. How can we keep our focus on the task at hand? Distractions may be hard to ignore, especially when it’s a chatty colleague, a ringing phone, a demanding schedule, or many other things. Thankfully, there are some tried-and-true strategies we can use to put the distractions on hold and place an intense focus on our task. Try these techniques to develop an intense focus:

  • Remove distractions. You can’t focus if you’re constantly checking your email, social media, or other time-stealers! You’ll get more done if you allow your mind to get in the groove with some peace and quiet.

    Turn off your email, close your web browsers, shut off your phone or forward it to voicemail, and put on headphones to avoid loud noises. You’ll be glad you did!
  • Stay committed. You know that you have something you should finish, but are you one hundred percent committed to seeing it through to completion? This is where you need to be honest with yourself.

    When you’re fully committed to your task, it is easier to ignore distractions and hold your focus. If you’re not committed, you’re more likely to allow distractions to overtake your mind. More often than not, you’ll use distractions to create excuses and exceptions that justify your lack of focus.
  • Set a time limit. Even if the task itself doesn’t have a time limit, assign one anyway. People are deadline-oriented. With a deadline, you’ll be more apt to complete your task in a timely manner.

    Rather than giving in to the surrounding distractions, you’ll be competing against the clock and get things done on time.
  • Take frequent breaks. This may sound contradictory, but it actually makes a world of difference for someone with a big project and a long list of tasks. If we work too long at one time, not only do we become physically tired, but our minds tire as well. This makes us more susceptible to distractions and shatters our concentration.

    Work intently for an hour and then allow yourself a 10-minute break. When you return from the break, you’ll be more focused, your mind will be clearer, and you’ll be more likely to work for another hour without losing focus. This strategy allows you to get more work done in a shorter time.
  • Use a list. Lists are wonderful tools that help you accomplish your work quicker and easier. Before beginning, write down everything you need to accomplish and then cross out each task as you complete it.

    The process of crossing things off your list is a great motivator to keep you working without distractions, plus it helps to build the momentum to get everything don 
  • Reward yourself for a job well done. When you’re able to stay focused on an important task, reward yourself! Just keep thinking about the big picture and your reward once you’re finished with the task at hand.

    This will keep you on target and you’ll finish as quickly as you possibly can. Everyone loves a treat for a job well done!

    Remember, you’re human too. Losing your focus is easy in an existence that’s filled with daily distractions and annoyances. However, you’ll find that you can keep an intense focus on something if you practice these techniques. Make them a habit and get stuff done!

Stop Letting Distractions Stop You

Imagine having an accountability partner who keeps you laser-focused on the projects that will bring your vision to life. Picture a practice where your time, energy, and skills are so precisely allocated that every action you take propels you toward fulfilling your purpose and serving your clients in the most profound ways. This isn’t just a dream—it’s a reality and it is within your reach.

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