Have you ever thought to buy a new car?

Every time you identified the brand, color, and other details of pertaining to your choice, you began to see it everywhere around you. The things that you didn’t notice beforehand will be visible from now on.

This is what happens in our minds when we focus on one thing; everything in our world seems to revolve around it.

The Ideas, thoughts, and perceptions on the periphery tend to disappear, and concentration increases exponentially and effortlessly.

The result of the focus process is that we begin to act on and produce facts that pertain to the focal point.

What come next is the following universal principle:

“You will get what you focus on.”

If we believe that results are the consequence of our actions (a direct result of our concentration), both the object and the intensity of our focus become more significant.

Let us imagine the aim of this principle within a company.

What kinds of results are desirable in a business? Profits, efficiency, quality, etc.

Do you think that there will be success, if only top management focus on goals?

How long it will take to achieve goals if only  one person is concentrating on them?

Success in enterprise is directly proportional to the number of collaborators and their level of focus on the target.

The companies that set clear and incentivized goals and that know how to reach the different layers of the company, will produce results faster than those not  concerned with keeping their collaborators constantly focused.

For the managers, set clear goals and know how to pass them along to collaborators are the most important tasks on the path to achievement.

Finally, we can ask ourself the subsequent question:

“What are the rules for building well conceived goals?”

Mario Mason