Focus is directed attention or interest. What you pay attention to grows and expands. So focus on what you want to create, not on getting rid of what you don’t want.

When you make improving one area of your life a priority, it is important to focus primarily on that topic above and beyond all other topics. When your mind is thinking about a number of different things, your energy is dispersed and your power of attraction is weakened.

Imagine deciding to learn French today, to take up Spanish classes next week and to sign up for German lessons next month. You might develop a certain proficiency in each of these languages, but you would have difficulty mastering any of them. This is because your focus is diluted. If you want to master something, you must give it your undivided attention for a specific period of time.

When you concentrate on one thing at a time, you add intensity to what you are giving your attention to and, as a result, you attract it more quickly into your life.

This is an extract from the Introduction to our book study course.

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