Ron Miller

One Thing At A Time

2017-10-28

Our brains are not wired to multi-task. The best results come from having clear mental focus and singlehandedly working on tasks until they are complete. Clear mental focus is heightened with positive and alive energy. If what you are doing is something you love doing, then it's easy and automatic to lose track of time, be in the zone, focused. It's not automatic but still possible to get in the zone when the task at hand is something you don't feel like doing. Distractions are alluring and plentiful, time seems to be going slowly; resistance is present. Become aware of this heavy and slower energy you have for the task and do not let it stop you. Drive through the resistance and focus singlehandedly on the task until it is complete. It gets easier each time we do this because we can develop a habit of moving past resistance and getting in the zone.