It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Chapter 4, Page 17, Book 19

Whatever you focus on is what you get.

Anthony Robbins.

April 17th- focus on what is important

When you want something in life, you have to focus.

Roslyn McMillian

They say life is like a camera, focus on what is important and capture it.  When you focus on whatimportant first, then the rest seems to fall easily into place.

It is much easier to stay focused when you bear in mind just why you are doing whatever you are doing. Being focused on our priorities will help us to get a lot more done.  If our focus is spread too widely, we won’t make much progress. 

What is important to me, won’t be important for everyone else.  The most important things in my life are my faith, family and friends, and that is where I set my priorities.  First and formats before anything else.  And every goal I set for myself is in someway related.

If we are so busy getting the urgent done, we sometimes miss out on what is important.  What is important is what really matters in our life.  

Sometimes we focus so much on what we dont have that we fail to see, appreciate, and use what we do have.

Jeff Dixon

Life can become very full very fast.  If we block off time for who and what is important in our lives, it can actual free us up to really focus on all the rest.  

I love to do a lot of things, but do have to set priorities, remembering what truly matters.

Life is short, Godway of encouraging a bit of focus.

Robert Brault


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Prioritizing is like a box of chocolates, We have a lot to choose from but have to focus on what matters most.

jack69 said...

It is just so danged easy to get focused on some small thing and possibly miss something very important. I have done that.
Beautiful spring day here. Nice to focus on the beauty of spring. The azaleas here are beautiful
Sherry & jack

Mevely317 said...

"If we are so busy getting the urgent done, we sometimes miss out on what is important." You know, I never thought about that. Normally - at least while I was working - I'd attend the 'flame' which burned the highest and hottest. Multi-tasking sure isn't all it's cracked up to be!

betty said...

So true if we spread ourselves too thin we may lose focus. It is good to have those priorities that we want to "concentrate" on and make sure we are doing those the best we can. The others will eventually get done or may not be worth doing in the first place.



i like anthony robbins. a great motivator. "Life can become very full very fast."