Throughout your day, where does your focus lie?
The reason why I’m asking this is because you need to know, be aware of, and spend most of your time thinking about what you actually want out of life.
Not what you don’t.
If you’re constantly focusing on and concentrating on the issues, the problems, and the challenges you’re currently facing, you will end up getting more of them.
This happens because one negative thought will attract another negative thought, and that negative thought will attract even more negative thoughts.
These will build upon one another and become bigger.
The reason is because these are thoughts of challenges, problems, and issues, but you don’t want that.
So why do you focus on them?
Why spend most of your time on them?
You must spend your time consciously focusing on the things you want.
Not what you don’t.
Think and focus most of your attention on the positive things that you desire from life.
The things you want to accomplish.
The things you want to achieve.
Even if you don’t know what you want from life, it’s a good idea to spend most of your time focusing on the positive aspects of it, rather than the situations that make you feel bad.
You cannot spend half your attention focusing on the positive aspects, and half focusing on the negative.
That will simply keep you stuck in one place.
You’ll be thinking that you’re working so hard and yet nothing is happening.
However, something is happening.
But it’s based on where you mostly place your conscious attention in this case, your conscious attention is on the wrong thing.
Focus your attention on what you want most.
How will you feel when you get it?
How will your life be different when you get what you want?
That’s what you should focus on most of the time.
Yes there will, from time to time, be problems in life.
But when they arise, focus on the solution and fix the problem as best you can.
Don’t spend your time focusing on the problem.
That will simply make matters worse.
So focus most of your attention on the things you want, and how they will positively impact your life, not on what you don’t.