The way of focus

The way of focus, fittingly, involves asking just one question – “Is this the best use of my time right now?” – over and over again.

Asking this question automatically requires us to evaluate if we’re spending wasting time focusing on urgent items vs. important ones. It means consistently understanding and evaluating trade-offs and, then, making the best decision given the constraints.

Relentless focus and great strategy are, in essence, the same thing.

focus, trade-offs

0 thoughts on “The way of focus

  1. Rohan, this is the guiding principle of The ONE Thing. Great post as usual.!If you send me DM on Twitter I will gladly send you a copy of the book.

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