Day 4 in my #31dayphotochallenge I have a picture of me focusing right on the #Christmas decoration of a tree that was at the #StamfordYachtClub that I was working at today. I did also want to mention that I edited this picture along with some of the other ones using the updated Adobe Lightroom CC for mobile devices. Check it out here if you want a great editing software on the go: http://amzn.to/2AqG9UK
That aside, by focusing on a single item in a photograph you make that item of more importance than anything else in the frame. Singling it out you naturally attract the viewers eye to it thus making it the focal point of your picture.
Having selective focus in a photo and selecting focus in your life (or business life) work in a similar fashion. When you focus on something in your life that you want to tackle, you're making that one thing more important than anything else in your life. That coupled with trial and error can make for a force that is not to be messed with. When you focus on a single task at a time instead of doing the whole list at once you begin to create a successful trend in you're life that is contagious. Stick to hunting and concurring small game first before you attempt to take down huge Elks.