laser tight and directed

Awwwwwwwwwww.

How can you be focused when you can’t remember things?

I can’t find the Casey Neistat video I was going to use in the blog today.

(WT? CASEY NEISTAT?!!! AGAIN?!!!! WHAT IS THIS?!!! SOME WEIRD FAN PAGE?!!! THAT’S KIND OF REPULSIVE, REALLY!!! GET OFF THIS LAZY EXCUSE FOR ¬†BLOG POSTING!!!! WRITE ABOUT WHAT YOU KNOW…..STOP BEING SO LAZY.)

Maybe that’s what folks are thinking when they see another Casey Neistat video on this blog?

Maybe.

The video was one where he was answering questions from viewers….and talking about “focus”….and he drew a diagram that broke down the effects of not having any (focus).

It was a diagram that showed that a bunch of diffused effort never amounted to anything….and that focused effort could¬†lead to accomplishment.

(Duh.)

But…it was good…and entertaining….and I wanted to use it.

Now, I can’t remember which one….out of hundreds….it was.

Oh, well.

Laser focus is good if you can pick a target….or, even, remember where you wanted to aim in the first place.

So….I’ll use this one about surfing with giant sharks.

I’ll focus later.

About Peter Rorvig

I'm a non-practicing artist, a mailman, a husband, a father...not listed in order of importance. I believe that things can always get better....and that things are usually better than we think.

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