If everything is “calm and supportive”, if there’s no restlessness, great. Enjoy your moment! But if you are unhappy with things as they are, if you realize that something needs to be changed, finally, if you decide that you want more, you want to go farther, well in this case, you are most welcome aboard the Focus Club.
In order to build a house, we begin by making the foundation. To build FOCUS, we also have to lay down pillars. The Focus Pillars are made up of “triple As” – AAA: A for After (Beyond), A for Ambient and A for Attitude. Think of a three-legged stool. If one is missing, does it stand upright? The same occurs with FOCUS.
You can’t go beyond without FOCUS and you can’t build FOCUS without considering the dimension of hope, of what is to come, the dimension of After. We have to look at what we really want to achieve up ahead in the future. It is a leap of faith, of believing in what is to come and to outline a direction. Focusing is establishing a bridge between dreams and reality.
Reality. This is the second pillar of FOCUS, the Ambient. It is essential that a careful survey of all the information that our reality provides us is done. It is essential to know the terrain where we are going well in order to drive this important pillar so that the bridge doesn’t collapse.
Lastly, there’s no use in merely contemplating a bridge. What really makes the difference is crossing the bridge, having the Attitude to walk across it. It is Action that determines whether we will get there, whether we will achieve our goal or not.
When dealing with something that contains the uncertainties of the dimension of the future, it is better not to establish a track but a trail to get there. This is why our belief is that Focus isn’t hitting the bullseye. It’s not missing the path …
Those who wish to go beyond, have to choose correctly between this and that. Without FOCUS, any direction will do. But when are focused it’s different. Unconsciously you identify what drives you and what hinders your path. Those who have a direction, deep down knows when they are distancing themselves from it and why.
Living without focus is like navigating an ocean without a compass, without GPS. It’s like being in flight without a definite route and without the navigation instruments …
By establishing a focus everything becomes different, easier. The dream, for example, of going to a distant place begins to happen, to materialize. You, on the wings of your imagination, begin to see yourself in that place. There is a will to seek more and more information, the willingness to prepare yourself. You start to outline a path, a trail, a way to get there!
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