Ask yourself: “Should I really be focusing on this?” Doing so allows you to adjust your focus and see outside of the overall goal or objective of what you’re doing, which can sometimes be foggy.
Re evaluate everything that you do. In regards to any project, or any problem that you come across. Look at what your focus is and try to stay true to throughout the project, or problem that you are trying to solve. Anytime that you feel that you are straying away from it, or take a break from it for a while. Always take notes during the process before you had to stop for anything. And this will be very important to you when it comes to looking back at the progress that was, or even being made for the project, or problem that you are trying to solve. So now since you have taken notes and everything, then look back and then re-evaluate everything and see if what you are doing is in the right track, or even on the wrong track. At least this way you, or even your co workers, or who even is working with you in this problem, or project that they can see what your thought process was, or is and then help you out the rest of the way if needed.
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