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Learning to Focus Correctly

Learning to focus correctly takes practice. We focus naturally, but we don’t always focus in the right direction. 

It’s easy to get caught up in the fuzzy chaos of the world. To find the way, we have to find the focus we need.

Question - where is your focus

Missing the Focus

My eyeglasses kept falling apart, and after the second time super gluing them together, my husband forced me to make an appointment. 

The young lady checked me in and took me back to a room with a strange machine. I think I may have had too much coffee that morning, or maybe I was distracted, but when she told me to lean forward and look at the little screen, all I saw was an unfocused image, but I was certain I knew what it was. “Is that a monkey?”

She laughed for a good two minutes. She may still be giggling at me to this day. She adjusted the screen, and I immediately recognized it as a house.

Why a monkey? Mostly because my focus was off, but maybe a little because I had been watching Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, and the fuzzy image did look a bit like Steve’s head.

When things aren’t in focus, then what we speak or do can look silly to the people around us. The right focus makes all the difference.

Dare to let go of what drains you so you can walk out your extraordinary purpose. Learn to focus correctly.

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