A big part of achieving focus is acknowledging your distraction in the first place.
You can rest your brain from solving one problem by turning your attention to something else.
Instead of trying to solve problems, ask your client questions that help shift their perspective, and get to what’s worked in the past.
A lot of people are still operating under an old leadership approach, where being outstanding will still only get you a C.
Who are the five people you spend most of your time with? If a coach is one of them, they’ll pull you up and nudge you to go further.