Focus on the target, not the obstacles

Have you felt being fallen out of track on facing a hurdle in your path towards a target? Read what a humming bird has to say…

The humming bird had an aim. It was never worried on the ‘how’ part of its aim. It just focused on ‘what to be done’. It wandered all around, collected notions and worked towards its target. Many hurdles and blockers came along its path. But the humming bird was never bothered. It just kept that “what part” at a high frequency and repeatedly emphasized “I need to get it done and I am not concerned on the outcome”. And hence there was no second thought on meeting hurdles. It must be overcome, that’s all. So all the “how” got addressed gradually and it reached its aim.

The humming bird says “You are being detached from your dream since the very first moment you start to worry upon the blockers in your path. Blockers must be there, don’t think about that as long as they are not strong enough to finish you completely. If you treat ‘hurdles first’ and ‘aims second’, you will never reach your dream. It’s going to be hard, but be stubborn about your aims.”

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The author is a Quality Assurance professional by experience. Part Quantitative data analyst, part consultant for quality and information security practices, part software tester, she is a writer by passion and blogs at http://wordsandnotion.com and http://qualitynotion.com/.

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One thought on “Focus on the target, not the obstacles

  1. kishanlakhotia

    December 7, 2017 at 12:39pm

    Nice suggestive post. It is universal truth that to achieve success we ought to focus on the target. Obstacles may come, but it is required to keep trying again again by putting 100% of our capacity to enjoy the ultimate success.

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