The Thursday Thesis - 30/03/2017
“The Power of Focus, and a Brand-New Lens”
It’s a funny thing, you know, this life business. One day you think it’s all over and done, that all the good stuff has been taken, and the next day you stumble on something that opens your eyes up to new possibilities.
Of course, the possibilities have been waiting around, waiting to be discovered, for a while - but you weren’t ready to see them yesterday.
Every time we learn a new idea, skill, technique or approach we can use it to look at the World in a new way: sort-of like a lens.
Not only can our new “lens” broaden our field of view, it can also sharpen our ability to focus.
And the more lenses we have, the more problems we can see a way through.
We may test a number of lenses on a problem or situation, but – with time and persistence – we’ll suddenly find that everything snaps into sharp focus...
As I’ve learned more about the possibilities open to me as an entrepreneur I’ve begun to see opportunity everywhere.
It’s crazy – you learn a new thing and “boom!” you almost fall over the possibilities you can suddenly see.
Now is the time to focus on what is most important, to keep your ferocious attention on the Big Things that matter most to you, remembering the reason why you want to do them.
Keep on learning, keep on growing; try out a new lens and see if it changes your point of view.
Does the eye chart say “OPPORTUNITIES ARE NOWHERE” OR “OPPORTUNITIES ARE NOW HERE”?
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