Focus is not a talent that you cannot learn. (how many negatives is that?)
Its the ultimate weapon to success. But its not a talent. Its a thing that can be learned
If you think back most times when you are successful the focus was natural , inevitable.The focus was natural because you enjoyed or believe in or were absorbed by whatever the project was. And the outcome, in your mind was inevitable.
But when you are trying to succeed where you have only failed, or have no inbred desire.The focus must be learned.,And can be learned.And is the factor in remaking a project a success.
Now lets say it is a business project, a making money project. And although you desire the outcome – say Financial Independence, you have no feeling or natural aptitude for the work involved. It is something you know has to be done, but it something you enjoy perhaps or feel you have a ‘talent ‘ for.
The first thing to do then is to consider if there is another business where you would enjoy the work more. Another form of the project that would engage you. It is very hard to succeed at something you don’t like, even if you think you want the outcome.
There are many ways to create financial freedom, an ongoing income in your life – don’t leap at the first one you see, or the one that ‘the sell’ gets you. Consider the work, consider the length of the work involved.
Step back from ‘the pitch’ or the hype. Consider the work and the length of the work.
No matter what ‘they say’ – true financial rewards (unless you are robbing people – a very popular sport in many financial circles these days) – require work, dedicated effort over time. Focus over time.
Focus can be applied to any work, its a learned experience. And perhaps the result will drive you enough to focus at length on something that doesn’t engage you. Perhaps. Many driven people have op problem with the work.
But if you are not ‘driven’ or desperate and just ‘would just -” like” the result. The find an approach, a work habit and work effort that engages you.
And then do it. Focus on it. Make the plan, follow the plan. And stay focused on the plan.
That’s how you succeed. Always.