Why should we focus on the process? - Deepstash

Why should we focus on the process?

  • When our focus shifts from the result to the process, there is a sense of satisfaction or fulfillment as we have enjoyed working towards the goal. Work becomes a joy, as every step is a new learning experience or a challenge.
  • The pursuit itself is a fulfilling experience. When we are not in the clutches of the result, we are open to trying out new experiences, experimenting and taking risks. When we give our 100% to what we have to do

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