Regaining Focus: A Six-Step System
Focus is defined as the center of interest or activity. So, if you’re working on something and you’re not putting it at the center of your interest or activity, you’re not giving it your all. You’re placing it in a chain of orbiting priorities, and rather than giving it your 100%, you’re splitting up its importance with other revolving tasks.
Multi-tasking can be great. Some even claim it is sometimes necessary. However, multi-tasking still requires focus. It doesn’t matter if you want to live life as a multi-tasker or a single-tasker.
Either way, if you’re going to get stuff done, you have to learn how to focus on the task at hand and refrain from distractions that break the focus.
This might sound like a lot, but hey, you’re focusing on it, right? The key is to follow a set of steps – to have a step-by-step process in place – that garners attention and focus and keeps you on track for the moments when you might get sidetracked.
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Finding Solutions Without Getting Lost in the Problem
Generally, when we have a problem, the focus is on what’s missing – what is wrong.
The solution-focused model looks at problem solving from a more positive perspective. Rather than focusing on deficits, the focus is on strengths, skills, experiences, resources, and support.
By using this method the problem becomes manageable and the process empowering.
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