Is your POV obscuring your Point of Focus?

Feb 13, 2020

Take a moment to notice your Point of View (POV) on any topic. Chances are it's due for a refresh. Your POV could even be getting in the way of your POF (Point of Focus), your ultimate aim. 10th Dot helps people and organizations go beyond opinions to reach outcomes through engagement.

If you don't know what you want to experience above all else, what your Point of Focus is, try one of these suggestions:

  1. Begin to take notice of what you don't say and why. 
  2. Speak about your mistakes with someone you trust. 
  3. Be honest with yourself when you know what you want but try to deny it. 

I can usually tell when I've lost my POF. I'm usually distracted from my Point of Focus when I find myself unconsciously swiping my phone or checking email unnecessarily. When I find myself easily frustrated I ask where is my attention right now. Is it directed toward my ultimate aim, my Point of Focus? If not, I take a pause, bringing my attention to my breath to recall what matters most, then proceed with momentum toward what will help me stay very present to the intersection of what is happening alongside my POF.

What are your clues that you're not keeping your Point of Focus in play?


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