A Focus on One



“It is quality rather than quantity that matters” – Seneca



We live in an age full of distractions. Many of us have even become attracted to distracted.


We flit from this to that, trying to give everything our attention but losing the battle along the way.


We rush to get more and more done but end up chasing our tail or buried under endless busywork. We sure are busy, but what is really getting done?


What if we focused on less?


What if we focused completely on what and who is in front of us instead of thinking ahead?


What if we quit the multi-tasking and single-tasked instead?


What if we left the plate spinning to someone else?


What if we focused on one?


Wouldn’t that be less stressful? Wouldn’t that be a much more pleasant and effective use of our time?



Further Reading:

The One Thing

Busy – A Manifesto for Our Times



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