I hope that it is a desire for all of us to become more laser focused, productive and happier.
The key to getting there is to build new habits that are simple, easy, and quick to implement. For example, if you want to exercise consistently, it’s not about joining a gym and committing to a 12-month membership. It’s about finding little bits of time each day to work out. Or if you’re trying to learn something new, don’t try to tackle the whole subject at once. Start by learning just one small piece of it and then gradually build your knowledge up over time. If you’ve been struggling with not having enough willpower or self-discipline…
Let me tell you that becoming more laser focused is a skill that can be learned. There are many ways to improve your focus, but the most important thing to remember is that laser-like focus isn’t just about being productive–it’s also about being happy.
So how do you become more laser focused? It starts with wanting more out of what you are desiring and understanding why it’s so important in the first place!
For example: if your goal is to eat healthier, start by making one meal each week vegetarian instead of eating meat every day. Then after a few weeks go vegetarian for two days per week and so on until you have reached your goal of eating vegetarian every day! The same goes for any other habit you want to add into your life – start small and build up from there!
Another good and important example is, if you want to exercise consistently, it’s not about joining a gym and committing to a 12-month membership. It’s about finding little bits of time each day to work out.
Or maybe you’re trying to lose weight. Instead of cutting out all carbs or all fat from your diet, why not just cut back on the things that aren’t good for you? This way, instead of depriving yourself completely for short periods of time (which usually leads people into junk food binges), they’ll be able to enjoy some treats in moderation without guilt or remorse
Understand that when you’re learning something new, it can be tempting to try to learn everything at once. But this can lead to frustration and overwhelm. Instead of trying to tackle the whole subject at once, start by learning just one small piece of it. Then gradually build your knowledge up over time by adding more pieces as you go along.
You will also need patience if you want to become an expert in anything–and patience is something that many people lack these days! It takes time for our brains and bodies to develop new skills or habits; so don’t rush yourself or be too hard on yourself when things aren’t going well right away. You’ll get better at whatever it is eventually–I promise – but you must be consistent!
Also, willpower plays a key role. If you’ve been struggling with not having enough willpower or self-discipline, it’s because your habits are all wrong. You need to find ways of building new habits that are simple enough so that when the willpower is there it will ignite those habits.
When you have those good rooted habits in place great things can happen. Habits are are there to keep us on track and are the things we do without thinking about them–the more we repeat a habit, the easier it becomes and the less effort it takes us. The key is repetition: if you repeat something often enough and long enough, then eventually that action will become automatic for you–you won’t even have to think about doing it anymore!
So, start building better habits each day that have momentum and will keep going without you needing much effort
As you are building your momentum, remember that the best habits are ones that are easy to do, easy to maintain, and scale up easily.
You should also make sure that your new habits have good purposes behind them so that it keeps going even when you’re not working on it (like when you’re busy with other things).
Remember that you only have one life to live, and if you want to become more laser focused and productive, then you must build new habits, stay committed, have that consistency, and self-discipline that you need to stick with it.
You have a POWERFUL PURPOSE. Go out and use it each day!
I love this topic and the way that you approached how to become more laser focused in every area of your life, with habit building. Thank you for your expertise on this subject. I