Your Focus

Your focus is a precious resource. It’s what allows you to cultivate relationships, meet personal goals, and achieve professional success. But it’s also a resource that needs to be channeled. 

If you sit down to work in a space that’s crowded with environmental distractions – like a loud television, a pile of clutter, or noisy coworkers – you’re effectively trying to channel your focus through a sieve. There are simply too many outlets for it to explore.

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