Defocus on Resistance

posted Jun 7, 2019, 5:03 PM by David Alan Binder

Defocus on Resistance


Race car drivers are taught when in a skid and hurtling or spinning with cars crashing around them, the guard rail on one side, and the exterior wall on the other side.  They are taught to focus on where they can go to be safe.


Steer with focus on your tasks, not your fears.

Sharpen your focus on the next activity, not the next set back.

Perform (this is an action word) corrections, writing, editing, or other items that progress your goals. 

NOTE:  Wishing, hoping and planning are not action words.  Do actions to attain your goals.


CNBC states:  “That is why you should plan for the future, but focus on the day that’s ahead of you…”

When you question yourself, ask questions that are focusing.  Ask a question, that the answer will remove ambiguity and focus you on what next, according to Samuel Thomas Davies.


The Huffington Post has this article on “Whatever you focus on Expands”


Increase your focus on where you want to go, take actions steps to get there and smile while you stay on the “track” and your natural “course” is a winning attitude.


A Think Piece by David Alan Binder