"Our experience of the world is shaped by what we choose to focus on.” — Jonas Cain
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The word focus is derived from words meaning fireplace—and sometimes even referring to fire itself—but its origins also refer to home, family, and point of convergence.
Today, however, we generally use the word focus to refer to the center of our attention, energy, and activities. Without focus, our attention can become pulled in conflicting directions, leading to wasted energy and preventing us from being effective and productive.
And yet, when you are focused, you become empowered with a clear point of convergence to ensure your energy and activities are directed towards what sincerely matters most.
The question becomes, how are you focusing your attention and what can you do to remain focused on what sincerely matters most?
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Jonas Cain, M.Ed. is a storyteller, magician, musician, and facilitator of fascination on a mission to help you experience abiding joy.