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Thursday, February 4, 2010

3 FACTORS IN "ZOOM-FOCUSING"

It's about zoom-focusing with your mind, too. Every day you'll have a million distractions coming at yo, and you'll need to tune them out and focus on our priorities. To do this you'll want to use these three techniques.

1. First, ask one question.
Each day when you wake up in the morning ask the question, "What are the three most important things I need to do today that will help me create the success I desire?" Then each day take action on those three things.

2. Second, say no and yes.
My friend once told me, "If the devil can't make you bad, he'll make you busy." He reminded me that we need to stop scattering our energy and wasting our time on trivial things that have nothing to do with our vision and goals and start saying yes to our priorities and to what truly matters. Each day we must make choices, and those choices include saying no to some people and opportunities is that we can say yes to the greater work we are meant to do.

3. Third, tune out distractions.
Don't listen to what other say about you. After all, we don't talk this game, we play it. Tune out the distractions and zoom-focus on what you need to do every day to be your best. Do your talking on the field. Don't compare yourself to others. Don't look at the depth chart. Don't listen to the naysayers.k Every day, focus on continuous improvement and getting better.

From Jon Gordon's "Training Camp"