Tuesday, July 28, 2009

F.O.C.U.S

Focus. Focus. Focus.

Drink this in. Absorb it. Completely. Let it seep into every grey matter worth its matter.
What do you really want to do in life? What are the things you can live without and erase from your agenda so you can focus on what you really want? Think. Hard. Long.

7 comments:

Amit414@IT-BHU said...

it is very difficult to answer What we really want to do in life. we are so much conditioned to past, to the society that our individual interst,goal has lost into the dreary desert of other's attention and appraisal.

Nimmy said...

Very true, Amit. Couldn't agree more. That's why it's important to meditate, spend some time in solitude, commune with nature, commune with positive-thinking and inspiring people who bring out the best in you and make you think for yourself -especially look within etc. People who know what they want to do with their lives and then stay focused on that are rare. If we look around and find people who are happy all the time...we may be looking at people who have clear goals and the passion and persistence to pursue them. In some cases, there are people who just drift along but are still happy with that kind of a life-style!
Sometimes, our thoughts change and we waver....maybe it means we haven't really thought hard enough or maybe it means we don't know ourselves too well! This topic is a really mind-boggling one with endless spirals...

Showa said...

Really nice. Hope folks who read this desist from checking their phones during meetings.It is not only insulting to the team in the meeting but the person loses an unique opportunity to interact with others in genuine manner.

Most of the communications happen through non verbal cues and micro expressions stay for less than a second. Hence, checking the Blackberry is a deterrent to open communication during meetings.

Jai
www.salarymantale.com

Nimmy said...

Jai,
Excellent comment!! I just love the way you've described it. Especially the line "most of the communication happens through non verbal cues and micro-expressions..." Bingo!

Hope to see more comments from you on my future blog posts...! :-)

Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

What do you really want to do in life?
I want to be in peace.
What are the things you can live without and erase from your agenda so you can focus on what you really want?
I can live without materialistic life to focus on what I really want but I doubt without materialistic I cannot focus And at the same time with materialistic I cant focus.
Donation what I require to be focus otherwise I wont be able to be in peace.
Any donors ???

Ak said...

Just Discovered your blog and I think its great.

I agree with this post. These are very important questions to answer. Often times these are the hardest questions to answer with parental and societal expectations coming in the way.

You might be interested in checking out my blog which talks about some of these issues http://www.amitkamra.wordpress.com

Good luck!

-Amit

Nimmy said...

Thanks Amit. Looking forward to many more interactions on both my blog and yours. :-)