Focusing in a sentence as a noun

If you're too obsessed with your karma, you're focusing on the wrong things.

Because I'm focusing on byproducts, not the real thing.

Like most techies, you're focusing on the effectiveness.

The antidote is never to allow acquisition talks to be the main thing you're focusing on. We advise startups who get approached by acquirers to treat it as a background process, and not to take things seriously until the very last stage.

"In the case of the Hyperloop, Musk started focusing on public transportation after he grew disenchanted with the plans for Californias high-speed rail system.

Instead of focusing how OpenSSL can pull in, let me pick a number, $800k in revenue in the next year, they immediately zero in on $70 of Paypal fees as the organization's leading financial problem.

The best part for me was that I did not have to focus on any one type of exercise: I did not gain 50 lb of muscle and lose all my flexibility, and I did not lose all my muscle mass by focusing solely on cardio.

Also we have quite a few people internally focusing specifically on finding and fixing these types of problems so that eventually it won't matter how many clients you have or how large your mailbox is, but these things take time.

Focusing definitions


the concentration of attention or energy on something; "the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology"; "he had no direction in his life"

See also: focus focussing direction centering


the act of bringing into focus

See also: focalization focalisation