Your 'daily focus' is a single area of your life that you will direct full attention to for at least 3 hours; beginning bright and early in the morning.
I've been getting some impressive results using this strategy. For me, as simple as the technique might be - the process of discovery has been a long road. From trying to stuff as many tasks in one day as possible - to chunking out blocks of focus time - and now simply just choosing a single daily focus: I have evolved my time management strategy to near perfection. So if you try my daily focus strategy, as I will break down in this article, I think you'll be delighted with the results. Because if anything, I'm speaking from experience.
When you have just one objective for the day; everything is clear.
And that objective just needs to be really simple: progress. In just one specific area of your life. Whether it's for a client project or a monumental campaign to save your ass - choose a target you can focus on and create progress.
Then, the next day - when you wake up - you'll know exactly what to do.
I've witnessed some really interesting dynamics by following this discipline. Here are some insights; some advantages you might expect from a daily focus routine.