When you’re on the ball and the path is clear as to what you’re doing and why, you’re in a state of focus.
When you’ve dropped the ball and the path is littered with stuff that you’re not even sure why you’re doing, you’re in a state of non-focus.
The thing is, there’s no such thing as having perfect focus. That’s because there’s no such thing as the perfect thing for you to do, the perfect way for you to do it, and the perfect time for you to do it.
That’s why you need to embrace “imperfect focus”. It can be a huge ally in your life.
Once you embrace imperfect focus, you’ll be able to figure what you want – and don’t want – a lot easier. This is because you already understand that the choices you make will never be perfect.