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With knowledge and information literally at our fingertips – the thing that seems to be lacking is focus.

In honing in and then being able to make sense of it all.

The problem with having too many options, is that you end up choosing none.

You don’t know where to start, so you never do.

It’s choice paralysis

And when you get so overwhelmed, the tendency is to resort back to what you know.

Back to what’s comfortable,

Maintaining the status quo and keeping things as they are.

Sitting idle in your default position. 

But if you’re intent on moving forward, it’s important to choose a path.

Especially when you’re faced with many roads to choose from.

When you’re faced with many targets, it’s important to take aim at one.

When you’re faced with so many distractions, it’s important to focus your attention.

Because it’s ultimately both the lack of clarity and conviction that will keep you feeling aimless.

That will keep your life feeling meaningless and without purpose.

And if you’re content with doing what you’re doing, that’s perfectly fine, as long as you’re clear on your reason for doing it

And it’s not fear, distraction or the lack of conviction that’s holding you back.

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