In today's busy world, time management isn't enough—the real challenge is focus management. In this video, Dave Crenshaw defines focus as the strategic allocation of resources towards that which is of most value.
- The world that we live in is incredibly hectic.…Time management is no longer enough to help us be…productive, we must also improve our focus management.…In fact, focus may be a deeper issue because so many of us…are not aware that we're having a problem with it.…How many times have you started your work day with…the intent of being focused and at the end you felt like…you were just busy and didn't really accomplish anything?…Or you're talking someone that you care about,…an important relationship, and you notice that your…attention just drifts during the conversation.…
Or perhaps you were checking email and you clicked on a link…that took you to a social site and 30 minutes later…you still have an unfinished email on your screen.…My definition of focus is the strategic allocation…of your resources toward that which is of most value.…What does that mean?…It means that you use your time and attention…on what matters most.…Focus management is a critical survival skill, in our day.…In fact, I'd like to elevate it, in your mind,…
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- Discover multiple strategies to improve your focus.
- Protect your ability to focus by learning to use technology intelligently.
- Analyze how to process new tasks economically.
- Avoid distractions in a digital world.
- Learn how to make time for others.
- Identify how to build a mental firewall to sustain focus.
- Define clear boundaries and expectations.
- Assess how and when you prioritize tasks.