The Power of a Focal Point
To have a plan in place can help you when you need to make a change, but focusing on that goal will keep you moving in the right direction.
Having a focal point will keep you engaged on the end result making your goal much more achievable. As you focus on your goal, it will prevent you from being distracted by bumps, turns, set backs, and even pain.
In exercise, when you focus on the muscle you are working, it works it much better.
In childbirth, having a focal point lessens brain activity on the pain. Visualizing something else like sitting on a beach with your feet in the sand, a cool breeze on your face actually tricks your brain into removing you from the pain.
In marriage, focus on kindness and unconditional love and reap the fruitful rewards.
Make yourself a vision board, write out your plan and date it, and keep your eyes on the prize.
Lastly, keep your thoughts and especially the words coming out of your mouth moving you towards your goal, not speaking against it.
Aim NOT to be aimless.
"So run to win." 1 Corinthians 9:24
"Therefor I do not run like someone running aimlessly; I do not fight like a boxer beating the air." 1 Corinthians 9:26
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