Staying Focused! By far one of the hardest things to do on a daily basis. Why is this so hard? Why is this so important? The reason why it is so important to stay focused on our end result is that if we don’t we will lose sight of what our mission is. To be better at guitar & be better at life!
When working on a dream (any dream) the importance of staying focused on a daily basis is crucial to its achievement. But this is also one of the hardest things to do. It’s really not hard to get focused, it’s hard to stay focused. Why?
Because every day we have a million things going through our minds and we are constantly being fed more & more information every day! On TV, online, magazines, you name it. And as we search for the tools and training to get us to where we are going, we get sidetracked by all this. Which is what it’s designed to do.
Did you know that? Yeah, it’s all designed to see if you have what it takes to see your dream through to the end no matter how long it takes. Very few people really stick with a dream long enough to make it a reality.
They get out of focus, take extended breaks, try out new things and eventually lose their hunger! Hunger for the very thing that was going to make their life better. This is why the importance of staying focused is an absolute must.
Without focus, your all over the map. Without focus, you can’t see as clearly. Without focus, you lose sight of the original goal. The goal that inspired you to get focused in the first place.
Be patient with your learning. Some concepts will come easy, while others will not. Take your time & find your pace. Digest information in small bits & go over things you don’t understand a few times. I guarantee the answers will come to you.
So do your best to get & stay focused! Read when you can. Think about & write down your goals. Keep positive chatter in your mind & keep away from negativity as much as possible.
Remember, these are all tests to see if you have what it takes to achieve your dream. Do you? Think about it.
Until our next lesson keep practicing. And if you need additional help, feel free to reach out.