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Our acts make or mar us, -- we are the children of our own deeds.
-- Victor Hugo
 

 

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Focused effort

Could you devote thirty seconds to focused effort, and see how it goes? If it works well, could you give another thirty seconds, and another?

Could you take just one half minute, shut out all distractions, and give complete attention to your effort? Could you possibly continue in that state, just a minute at a time, for a lot longer?

Focused effort feels amazing, once you make the commitment to it. And, with focused effort you can achieve spectacular results.

You’re already doing great work, and yet you’re capable of so much more. Imagine what you could accomplish by choosing, a little more often, the power of focused effort.

Always there is much to be done, and you can feel like you need to put it all in front of you at once. Yet that severely dilutes your efforts, and you can end up further behind than when you started.

Shift your attention away from the commotion. Choose, right now, the power of focused effort, and get some great work done.

— Ralph Marston

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