Thursday, February 24, 2005

The Power of Focus

Whatever we focus on expands.

Here's an analogy from Tony Robbins to keep in mind:

In professional race car driving, the most accidents occur when rounding the curbs. Many less experienced drivers, in trying to avoid the curb, end up smashing right into it - because their focus is ON THE CURB, on trying to avoid hitting the curb. And whatever they focus on they get! The more experienced drivers, when rounding the curb, turn thier head and look in the opposite direction of the curb, thus avoiding the curb and getting themselves out of danger.

Where is your focus? Are you focusing on the problem or the solution? Are you focusing on what's wrong with your life, or what can be made right and all the blessings in your life?

Sharif Khan
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At 4:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe you have copied that from Anthony Robbins. Well regurgitated words.

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