How I Achieved World Class Focus

Work without focus results in a half ass effort.

I’ve been there and I know you’ve been there as well, when you’re doing something, yet your mind is thinking about something else, whether that be the parties, women, or what the fuck Solange was thinking when she was beating on Jay Z.

Trouble focusing is a problem that characterizes everyone, although to different degrees. Therefore, if you desire to turn those dreams that make the hair on your arm stand up, you better possess laser focus.

Successful people possess world class focus, mediocre people possess inadequate focus.

Being present without being fully present is what makes up mediocre people.

Mediocre people work without working, meaning they’re not 100% present.

Their focus level is fucked up and that is why their lives are fucked up.

My life was fucked up because my focus was fucked up.

My lack of focus created a lack luster life.

Upon realizing this, I implemented three simple tips because I understood that before you can change your life, you must first change your focus.

Below are the three things that I personally did to achieve world class focus.

1. I made the decision to focus on just one or two goals

The number one pitfall that I possessed when it came to focus was I tried to do too much at once. I overloaded my plate. I put too much on the to-do list. I tried to do a million and one things.

When you’re trying to achieve ten goals at once, you will end up achieving none.

If your focus is all over the place, your life is going to be all over the place.

When Steve Jobs returned to Apple, Apple was going downhill. As a result, the first thing he did was he reduced the amount of products that Apple sold.

Apple had tons of products that they were selling. Products that didn’t fit the core of what Apple stood for.

So Steve got rid of most of the products.

The genius of Steve was he simplified. He focused his energy on a few big products instead of a hundred small ones.

He was in the business of hitting home runs, not singles and doubles.

This was the case because he understood the formula for greatness…

Greatness is not the sum of many things done poorly, greatness is the sum of a small number of things done well.

With that understood, pinpoint your focus.

Pick one goal. Yup just one, one goal that has the potential to dramatically change your life.

Make sure your goal stands for everything a SMART (Specific-Measurable-Attainable-Realistic-Time bound) goal stands for besides the R.

Be a little unrealistic.

Set the bar a little higher than you normally would.

Dream with opportunity in mind, not doubt and fear.

Let your goal inspire you to reach new heights.

The goal should still be attainable, just a little bit out of your reach.

It shouldn’t come easy.

Next, focus solely on this goal for the three to six months.

Think, eat, and sleep with this goal in mind.

2. I wrote my one or two goals out every single morning

Say your goal is the following…

“I (insert name) will sell 10,000 units of my book by August 31, 2014.”

Dope goal.

Write this goal out three times every single morning.

“I (insert name) will sell 10,000 units of my book by August 31, 2014.”

“I (insert name) will sell 10,000 units of my book by August 31, 2014.”

“I (insert name) will sell 10,000 units of my book by August 31, 2014.”

(Side note: Another thing you can do is write this goal of yours on a sticky note and post it all over your house. In your bedroom, on the mirror, on the refrigerator etc.)

3. I planned my day around my one or two goals

This tip is the most important tip for achieving not only world class focus, but your goals as well.

At the end of each night, you must plan the next day.

You must not plan the next day as your normally would.

Instead you must plan the next day around your goal.

Let your goal determine your daily agenda.

Everything that is not in alignment with this goal is irrelevant so you must learn to say no to the things that are not going to get you closer to your goal.

Your job is to sacrifice the next three to six months of your life.

Sacrifice the parties, weekly outings, and the trip to the movies.

Immense focus is the result of immense obsession.

You must be obsessed with your goal.

If your goal does not make you obsessed, you probably need a new goal.

So be obsessed with achieving your goal in the next three to six months or be willing to die trying.

You must always remember that before you can be a member of the 0.01%, you must be willing to do what only the 0.01% do.

You know what that is?

Laser focus on what’s important and complete disregard for everything else.

So plan your day around the one or two goals that you desire to achieve.

Actually create a schedule.

After all, what gets scheduled gets done.

Plan your every hour…and stick with this schedule as best you can.

Sure, life is going to happen and things are going to occur which will require your attention, but a schedule will always get you back on point.

If you can implement these simple steps, not only will you achieve world class focus, but you’ll create a world class life.

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  12. steven anthony Reply

    No problem brother. Thanks for taking the time to read my comment. I’m very suprised you were willing to give me some of your secrets. I feel like I have the power to do something great for this world. I have a little fan base in Los Angeles. I’m actually know for my sickening and creative work ethic. That’s how I stumbled upon this website to make that extra push. That transition. One question I do have is if I make it to that celebrity status how do I handle the pressure of being one. The way I present my self attracts many people. Anyways thanks for the inspiration. Truly a blessing.

    • Amtej Dosanjh Post authorReply

      Pleasures all mine.

      The way I look at it, only a small percentage of people such as yourself will apply the secrets I share, the rest will just read, get a short term motivational high, and will then discard the information. I don’t disclose my tips for those types of people, I do it solely for peeps such as yourself and I will continue to do so because you guys are the ones who deserve em.

      As far as your celebrity question, I actually have a friend who has achieved somewhat of a “celebrity status” so I will ask her your question and will get back to you with the response (she obviously knows more shit about celeb status than I do lol).

      PS. Thanks for reading and leaving comments.

      Appreciate it.

      Take care and keep pushing, Steven.

  13. Jermaine Reply

    I have had a lot of trouble in this area. I want to be great so bad that I find myself putting to many things on my plate and then I would get frustrated when I either don’t get it all done or I do good for one or two days and be burnt out on the third day and not get nothing done. I’m tired of going through this same cycle. I really appreciate your words and I will implement them immediately.

    • Amtej Dosanjh Post authorReply

      Funny you say that, what you just described used to happen to me all the time.

      It’s pretty fucking frustrating.

      Try using the tips above and see how they work for you.

  14. steven anthony Reply

    I currently study business administration. One day I want to start my own business. Can you make a post on how to be a successful entrepreneur since your one yourself and how to start from your perspective. Any advice feel free to email me. I am no joke. Here to obtain massive success. Big fan of yours by the way.Following you since the eve of christmas.Hope to get in contact with you. – Steven A.

    • Amtej Dosanjh Post authorReply

      That’s awesome. Appreciate the loyalty.

      Yup, I’ll definitely write a post about entrepreneurship.

      Probably sometime this week or by next week at the latest.

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me at amtejdosanjh@gmail.com and we can get into it.

  15. Brennan Reply

    Amtej, when reading this post I found myself wanting to leave you this comment telling you that this post had that little “something extra”. It’s the thing that really clicks with the reader, or who knows? Maybe it just clicked with me in general, but if there was anything new that inspired you to write this post from this different place/zone/state of mind/etc. then I’d like to suggest that you do so more often. If you couldn’t tell, I really enjoyed this one!

    • Amtej Dosanjh Post authorReply

      Thanks for the feedback Brennan! I did in fact do something a little different. I’ll try to use the same mindset more often.

      I’m glad you noticed.

      Appreciate the support.

  16. Andrea Massacci Reply

    Hey Amtej Dosanjh, I have been following your site for quite a bit. I have to say it’s quite extraordinary. I have to say some times I don’t totally agree with your competitive Philosophy cause I tend to be more creative minded oriented.
    But still I think i have never stick to a site this long ( and it might have been a Year now).

    I write you from Italy. I am a 25 years old entrepreneur sick for some advice.

    I would like to know if there is a way to contact you privately.

    • Amtej Dosanjh Post authorReply

      Wow one entire year! That’s impressive. Appreciate the support, Andrea. All the way from Italy! That’s awesome.

      Nothing wrong with a creative orientation. Some of my favorite entrepreneurs possessed the creative spirit over the competitive.

      And yeah of course. Feel free to email me at amtejdosanjh@gmail.com

      Looking forward to hearing from you.

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