In my work with my clients, and in my own life, the quality of flexible focus is so critical. I say flexible focus, because rigid focus creates a different problem, the opposite really, of diffused living. Flexible focus is a consistent and vigilant attention and intention toward a goal without forcing that process down a predetermined road. The paradox of life is that we must focus our energies toward our desires and yet remain open to the turns in the road that create something better than we could have engineered on our own.
Since focus is such an important quality, in the days I ahead, I’m going to occasionally muse on different aspects of it. The first of which will be one of the most important question we can ask ourselves, because in asking it, focus becomes possible.
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