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One question to clarify your focus

Today’s Tip: Ask yourself, what will you be working on forever?

It’s tempting to get wrapped up in big floaty questions about the meaning of life — and equally easy to get bogged down in the mundane-yet-urgent tasks that need to get done NOW. But what are you really supposed to be focusing on? kelly corrigan proposes one question to zero in on: “What will you be working on forever?” What, in other words, are you pretty sure you’ll never quite master? Corrigan admits that something she finds difficult is remembering to have “fewer opinions, more curiosity.” For you, it might be sticking to a budget, slowing down in your work, or taking your career seriously. You know your own weaknesses. Pick one, and go deep. After all — you’ll be working on it forever (and that’s a good thing).

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