If You Chase Two Rabbits, You Won't Catch Either One

September 26, 2018

"Focus means you concentrate on one thing and ignore everything else.  When eliminating the noise around you, you allow yourself to hone in with poise instead of reacting to the outside noise.  If you chase two rabbits, you won't catch either one."

Often times we embark on journeys with plans to accomplish multiple goals.  While there is nothing wrong with being ambitious, there is a flaw in splitting your focus amongst many things.  If you do not focus on one thing to its completion, you will find that you will spend more time making little progress on many things, but fully accomplishing nothing.  This method not only interrupts the momentum that you may have going on one goal, but it also increases the risk of failure.  When things are left undone, you allow the risk of distractions and doubt to seep in and those are the enemies to accomplishing anything.  When you put all your time, energy, and effort into one thing at a time, you have now created an optimal environment to get that thing done.

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