Many leaders will begin with a clear focus on what’s important. They know the purpose of leadership.
To help others become better. To take others to places they couldn’t have gotten to alone. To show a path.
Sadly, many leaders will lose there way. They’ll lose their focus. They’ll begin to wonder about what really matters.
At some point or another this happens to almost everyone. After you’ve seen success after success or failure after failure, you can easily lose your focus.
Why We Lose Our Focus
Focus can be a tricky thing to maintain for the long run. During the beginning, it’s easy to stay focused.
You have a targeted goal. You know what you’re aiming for. You have clearly defined metrics of success.
Yet after successes the next milestone becomes muddied. You can’t clearly see what the next step should be.