So, you scheduled time into your day to work distraction free.
You turned your phone off and locked it away, or put it in another room. Now what?
I get asked that question a lot.
There is no “right” or “wrong” ways to invest your focus time, and I totally understand that it can be challenging to start.
And there is incredible power in asking great questions.
“Questions are essential for lifetime growth. As children, when
we’re all growing at a rapid rate, we ask lots of questions. As we
get older, we gradually begin to think we have a lot of the
answers. For some people, their entire sense of security and self-
image depends on having all the answers – on never being wrong.
As a result, these people try to understand everything in terms of
what they know. But all growth lies in the territory of the unknown.
What we already know is in the past. What we have yet to discover
is in the future. Always make your questions bigger than your
answers, and you’ll keep drawing yourself into a bigger future with new possibilities.”
Dan Sullivan, Catherine Nomura
“The Laws of Lifetime Growth”