Starve Your Distractions

Why is it so easy to lose focus when it’s time to go to your next level?? It seems like when you’re working on major goals no matter if it’s business or personal, here comes some type of distraction. We tend to lose focus and let those things get in our way—we’re not perfect, it happens! We can’t allow it to stay that way we have to find ways to let those distractions starve and die off! We sometimes get discouraged and allow distractions to take over. This can make it difficult to stay on track but you can’t lose focus; its not an option!

I want to encourage you to re-gain your focus!

When you have people who support and believe in you just as much as you believe in yourself, you can’t do anything besides embrace your next level! It took me some time to realize I had a greatness but when I realized what that was, I couldn’t allow anyone or anything to get in the way of it. I eventually had to remove those things that were distracting me if I wanted to continue to strive for greatness! When I did, I was able to focus more on the goals I set for myself and I was also able to start the journey to my next level, it helps to keep those who you know has your best interest close. I’m inspired everyday by those who are grounded, have great work ethics and continuously pushing through, in spite of. Stay encouraged by telling yourself everyday you have a purpose and it must be fulfilled. No halfsteppin! 🙂

Keep in mind some will try to trip you up along the way, just understand it’s apart of the process, the more you focus the more your distractions will starve!

Here are a few ways I’ve learned to stay focused:

  • Create realistic goals that are attainable for you.
  • Remove anything that speaks negativity from your space.
  • Keep positive people in your circle; those who truly want to see you go further.
  • Read or listen to spiritual scriptures, motivational books, videos or podcasts, one of my favorites is Napoleon Hill.
  • Use your free time wisely. Sit in a room with no TV, no phone, no music no distractions and relax for about 30min each day.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s