Roy Hunter wrote:It is an attitude that is quite often used in beating addictions (amongst other things): don't think about the goal, because it will feel too ambitious and distant, and you will fail; instead think about the process, living your life today, this moment right now, and the goal will take care of itself.
Also useful in getting through college or university without going mad.
Or living with disability and/or poor health.
Focussing on what one can do right now, this moment, rather than on what life might be like in the future.
Right now, I'm focussing on how to splint my right foot so that I can cycle to the hospital to find out whether or not I've actually broken the toe.