Azimuth

right-direction“It is a mistake to think moving fast is the same as actually going somewhere.” ~Steve Goodier

“Lack of direction , not lack of time, is the problem.” ~ Zig Ziglar

“Focus is about saying ‘no.'” ~ Steve Jobs

“Give careful thought to the paths of your feet and be steadfast in your ways.” ~ Proverbs 4:26

It’s is easiest to lose focus and sense of direction and purpose during the middle of an endeavor. The halfway point encounters a slump in motivation and enthusiasm. We’re past the excitement of the beginning but not near the thrill of the finish line.

It is during the “middle” in which we must stay focused, stay on azimuth, and keep putting one foot in front of the other without getting distracted. Often this involves saying “no” to those small distractions that lure us off course

(Word of the Week  15-21FEB) #WOTDseries #Drop12

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