Where’s your focus?

We’ve all heard it said so many times it’s almost corny, and it’s still true – you get what you focus on. Not magically – by a lot of effort. And that effort is directed by what you focus on. So if you’re focussing on getting a new car, you’ll spot opportunities to get it…

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Taking the time to focus on the good stuff

The story in the link below was sent to me last week by my friend, Richard Bellars, the leadership coach.  It’s been around a while, according to Urban Legends, and it’s about a violinist playing beautiful music at a New York Metro station, pretty much ignored by the bustling crowds.

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