Focus on the Game, not the Scoreboard.

Have you ever heard the expression "Focus on the game, not the scoreboard?" To me, this means focus on behaviors, rather than outcomes.


You can control behaviors and by disciplining yourself to enforce the new habits, you'll almost always assure yourself of getting the outcome you want.


  • Making time to workout

  • Eating right

  • Planning your meals

  • Stretching daily

  • Expressing gratitude

  • Budgeting your finances

  • Investing for retirement

  • Telling your partner you appreciate them daily


You get the point. Focus on daily habits and the outcome will take care of itself.


Stay motivated, stay positive, stay happy and continue to make your Future greater than your Past.


- Matt DePaolo

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