If we want to achieve great things, we must be intentional to focus on the right things, even when chaos arises.
If we are not intentional with our thought life, then our human nature will automatically focus on the problem rather than finding and creating solutions.
What you focus on multiplies.
So undoubtedly, when you focus on your problems for too long, they will begin to feel big and overwhelming.
When you allow your problems to be the loudest voice in the room, you lose sight of hope and possibility.
While it’s important to acknowledge the problems that exist, no good can evolve from focusing on your problems.
It will not change your situation, make things better, or shift the atmosphere and pave the way for a breakthrough.
Here’s the good thing: the problems you face, while they may be roadblocks, they cannot keep you from the future that was intended for you.
ONCE AGAIN; WHAT YOU FOCUS ON MULTIPLIES.