fo·cus (noun): directed attention : emphasis; direction sense; a state or condition permitting clear perception or understanding
fo·cus (verb): to cause to be concentrated
My word for 2021 is FOCUS. I chose this word because I have a lot of fantastic things rolling around in my mind that need to get out. I chose this word because I have things I want to take off of my To-Do lists and accomplish . . . finally. I chose this word because I have a tendency to multi-task, oftentimes unsuccessfully, and can get distracted easily.
FOCUS requires that I need to act differently, or in active-speak, I want to act differently. So, what am I going to do differently?
- Daily To-Do and Don’t-Do lists
- Prioritizing activities from most important to least important to do that day
- Overuse my calendar by scheduling activities, i.e., setting aside time to do things, including down time
- Do one activity at a time (no multi-tasking)
- Write my daily accomplishments/successes on my calendar
- Take a day off to rest
Okay now…game on!
What is your word for 2021?