Do you have a goal you’d like to accomplish but weak “focusing” skills are standing in your way?
Even if you have difficulty with focus, you do have focusing strengths! You can discover these strengths and use them to make big changes in your life.
Part one of this article describes the mental skills that make up “focusing.” If you haven’t read part one, you can read it here.
“Focusing” is actually a combination of five related skills: attention, concentration, persistence, comprehension and memory.
You have a big goal for your life and you want to focus and make it happen! Maybe you want to start a business, go back to school or get control of your clutter. Unfortunately, challenges with “focusing” are getting in the way of accomplishing this goal.
First, you need to identify, specifically, what must be true about your focusing skills in order for you to accomplish the goal. For example, do you need to improve your concentration and persistence? Or maybe you need to improve your comprehension or memory skills. Write down which of the five focusing skills you will need to work on in order for your goal to become your reality.