When we have big projects, especially when they extend over a lengthy time period, it is always to our advantage to stop and plan exactly how we will attack it.
It’s better if we evaluate these concerns and challenges in fresh light before we waste our valuable energy.
Are our eyes were on the finish line rather than the last few steps? It’s easy to let fatigue drain our focus.
This one question can help all of us manage the hardest person in the world — ourselves.
Just like the Rebs who put aside all the chatter and the personality issues to focus on playing great baseball together, we control our attention and what we allow to distract us. Focus separates mediocrity from excellence.
It amazes me that when I focus on how grateful I am for big things in my life or even a little thing like a suitcase making the weight limit, I have more energy, confidence and ability to navigate life’s many ups and downs.