TEXT 11: FOCUS
It’s surprising that extremely busy people usually have difficulties in focusing on their tasks. They are a always either on the phone or being interrupted by others.
Consequently their desks are a mess of organized to papers and files.
Their problem is not direction. They know what they have to do and how to do it, but they lose their focus because interrupted all the time. The something happens to young people at school. Students often have so many activities each day that they have trouble dealing with all of them without becoming stressed.
The secret is not to commit to more than your handle.
Overload is the result of committing. Some people need to learn to say no. Focus is concentration on one main activity.
It is of great importance for the achievement of your goals. Focus on one tasks at a time and don’t a allow distraction or other tasks to take you away from, what you are doing.
Remember I’ve Lee’s advice. if possible, start with tasks they can be done quickly.
Set aside a few minute for small daily tasks such as answering e-mails, making phone calls and separating material for your’s work.
Don’t forget to list the most important tasks that you need to accomplish during the day stick do your list until all the tasks have been completed.
Delegate there’s no need to do everything yourself. Focus on the tasks you can handle and can do with pleasure .
Do not let things get out of control.
make sure that you are focusing your time on achieving your goals whether they are professional or personal.