The Obsession Lens

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image: bethan

It’s only by becoming obsessed that we can narrow our focus with enough razor precision to block out the noise and the chaos and the distraction, reach in deep, and finally create the work we’re here for.

If we wait in hope for our lens to automatically adjust, find the inspiration and do the work for us, it will be a vain hope.

We must be brave, seek, aim and strike with confidence and conviction, committing to every shot as if it’s the last shot we’ll ever take.

So, where’s your aim been pointed lately?

 

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2 thoughts on “The Obsession Lens”

  1. I like the idea of lens. If it’s not focused on what you are doing, then you are not in the present moment. And without that how can one “strike with confidence and conviction, committing to every shot as if it’s the last shot we’ll ever take.”. Nicely said. Thanks

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