I am back from the weekend at the Technology of Participation Network Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas where I provided an Accelerated Learning Immersion Experience to more than 80 ToP facilitators from all over the United States, many of whom work internationally (more about this in a later post).
At the end of last Sunday’s Intuitively Speaking radio program where the topic was Finding Focus – To Get to Where You Want to Be. I shared key questions to help listeners regain their focus.
Now that I can focus, here are the four questions to help you maintain your focus. These questions can be used as a personal reflection (journaling your responses would be good) or in team settings where you can chart the information for everyone to see.
Note: using the questions in sequence helps keep you focused and directed toward actionable steps at the end.
During the show Jearlyn and I talked about challenging experiences where we or others we knew had been in a “state of mind” and “state of being” that was so bad, so unfocused, and so confused that the only thing to do was to finally ask these questions. Through asking them and paying attention to the answers, finding focus becomes possible. With clarity and focus we can move ahead with greater confidence and achieve the results we were looking for.
Of course questions alone do not get you there. You must be willing to answer them honestly.
The important thing is to find the best option to move you along your life’s path. There is no one right answer, only the one that is best for you.
I look forward to your sharing your experiences using these questions here or on my Intuitively Speaking radio program, Sunday evenings, from 10-11 pm Central Time, on 830 WCCO!