There’s a term in the motorcycle world called “target fixation”.
An example would be if you’re coming into a corner and there is a rock in the road, oftentimes if you focus on the rock, you’ll hit it.
If there is a rock in the road, you should instead look at the path around the rock.
In other words… where you look (for better or worse), is where you’ll go.
What if the same applies for your life and where you point your attention?
As within, so without. As above, so below...
PS. Want an uncomfortably unbiased peak at where you put your focus? Open up your app usage on your phone. Open up your open tabs in your browser (private browser included). Open up your search history.
PPS. If a stranger saw only this information, how do you think they'd describe the person who owns this phone?
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