Focus Like A Laser Beam
IN THIS SUMMARY
Focus is defined as concentrating energy on something, achieving a distinct vision, or attending to the right thing. Focus is purposeful, not accidental; and it is different than giving attention to something. Attention is shallow, resting on the surface, while focus is deep and selective.
In Focus Like a Laser Beam, Lisa Haneberg explains how to obtain the degree of focus necessary to transcend conventional business methods, and why it is important to adjust traditional beliefs about productivity and performance. Haneberg spells out how to attend to the right things in order to achieve maximum clarity, and she taps into the actions and thought processes necessary to clarify, crystallize, and energize direction and focus. Her Ten Ways To Do What Matters Most will help any manager catalyze the three fundamental business resources---vitality, dialogue, and time.