. . . and it is in short supply.
It’s concentration, and, no, I’m not talking about the popular game show that aired from 1958-91.
Concentration isn’t really in short supply; the supply is large, if you choose to capture it (and successful people do).
– text while driving
– answer emails while “listening” to someone
– update their Facebook while doing other work
– seldom spend any time in silence
I could continue the list, but I think you get my point.
If you want to be more successful at anything in life, concentrate on it more.
Think. Reflect. Concentrate.
This might seem old-fashioned or out of date.
Actually, the fact that most people aren’t concentrating is a big opportunity for you.
When you spend time consciously concentrating, you will move ahead of your texting, tweeting, iPod-toting brethren quickly.
When you give your team the expectation, space, and tools to concentrate, your team or organization will excel quickly.
Success requires concentration.
How will you concentrate more intentionally today?