Focus

Discipline requires FOCUS.

Focus requires DISCIPLINE.

You cannot have one without the other.

fo·cus/ˈfōkəs/

Noun: The center of interest or activity.

  • Maximum clarity
  • Converge on a central point
  • Bring into alignment
  • Attention to detail
  • Adjustment
  • Fixed Attention
  • Concentrating interest
  • Point of origin
  • The principal site
  • The part of prominence, usually for emphasis or contrast.
  • Clear visual definition
  • Well defined
  • Clear image
  • Fixed points
  • Connections

Verb: Adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly.

  • Bring (one’s eyes) into such a state
  • Meet at a single point
  • Become concentrated into a sharp beam of light or energy
  • Pay particular attention to
  • Concentrate

What are you focused on right now?

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