Uncategorized

Hello Focus, my name is Y.

Admittedly, I have a problem.

I tend to lose focus …  a lot.

bitmoji1431368192

I am inclined to believe that part of the problem is that I do too much … ALL! THE! TIME! But, I’m also sort of thinking that my mind just doesn’t have enough storage and/or memory space.

Basically, like one of these ↓.

SciTechTalk-Are-PCs-desktop-dinosaurs

That of course, doesn’t take away from the fact that I try every day to stay on track. However, I have another problem. It is tunnel vision.

tunnel-vision-01

It’s a fact. I suffer from severe tunnel vision. Mostly, because I always want to finish what I’ve started. That is due to the fact that I feel like if I don’t finish said project right then and there, I won’t have time to do it later, or I’ll just forget. ‘Cause I have a bad memory too.

bitmoji-1310348598

Sheesh … I have a whole lot of problems, now that I think about it.

Anywho, I was asked this …

When you lose focus, how do you address it? Do the ways you address the loss of focus prove to be effective?

It’s funny that I should have been asked this question because I don’t really know how I address it.

All I know is this … I’ve always had the “let’s get it done” mentality, be it for good or bad. I’ve just always thought that if there is a job to do, then it must be done. Period. Sometime, I falter in that I don’t really give much thought about a “game plan” or anything like that, I just tackle each problem and/or job as it arises.

Here is where it gets tricky.

Member how I said that I also have a bad memory?

Yeah, well .. sometimes I get so caught up in what I’m doing (the whole tunnel vision thing) that when I’m done with that and it’s time to tackle the next project, I can’t remember what it is. Then I walk around looking like this …

bitmoji-1040025123

Yes, I’ve tried the whole “making To-Do lists” and “scheduling things” and even “managing my time” but it seems that no matter what things I do to organize myself, life gets in the way, completely knocking me off balance.

bitmoji-1829127745

Although, I do what I can in order to stay on track and put all of my energies and what little focus I have towards that, by the middle of the day I’m like this.

Suffice it to say that the ways I address the lack of focus, aren’t always the most effective.

So I suppose the important question is:

What things do I think will serve to help you stay focused on tasks, particularly with important assignments?

bitmoji-1040025123(1)

Let’s see here, I’ve tried …

  1. To-Do Lists and Check Lists; don’t always work.
  2. Calendar Notices; don’t always work.
  3. Making a weekly/daily schedule; don’t always work.
  4. An agenda; doesn’t always work.

What more can there be? Lord forbid I tie a thread around my finger, I might forget what I did it for. I guess my biggest dilemma is the fact that I tend to come down hard on myself whenever something falls through the cracks. Trust me when I tell you that I’m harder on myself than any body else could be. I get so angry at myself, and then consider throwing in the towel. Yet, I don’t. Why? Because too many people depend on me.

I guess what I’m saying is I need a little help. Some advice from anyone that can help me get my focus under control and give me tips on how to keep my memory sharp. So that, eventually, I can say …

bitmoji-1714206257(1)

Hello Focus! Nice to meet you!

 

Toodles.
bitmoji-2107677252(1)

Advertisements

2 thoughts on “Hello Focus, my name is Y.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s