Adjust Your Focus to Be More Effective

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Often we get overwhelmed by all that we have to do and yet it is not always because we are pressured by a shortage of time. Rather it can be because we haven’t prioritized what needs to be done and we haven’t decided what actions should be taken. This issue of Executive Edge looks at the impact of sharpening your focus – whether it is to organize yourself to achieve goals or to take the steps to organize others. Ultimately, cultivating the ability to focus can mean a cycle of commitment, completion, and closure without procrastination or delay. It begins by adjusting your focus to be more effective.

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