There is a book called, "The Best Yes", by Lysa Terkeurst that is one of my favorites.
In the book the author talks about how we "steer where we stare", which always reminds me of being 15-16 years old sitting in my driver's education classroom. One of the (few?) things I've always remembered and thought about from that class was my teacher talking about the importance of looking straight ahead and keeping oncoming cars and the lines at the side of the road in our periphery vision because what we look at is the direction we will move the car towards.
Are you looking ahead? Or are you trying to look back, go back (you can't). Are you looking at the cars passing you on the highway, going places you want to go or think you should go? Or are you staring at the shoulder, the ditch on the side of the road, the roadblocks, difficulties, things you are afraid of?
Where you stare, you will steer. Keep your eyes forward, staring down your path. Yes, be aware of what is going on around you, but don't let it distract you. Look in the direction that you are going, the direction of the goals and plans you have established for yourself and your business. Keep moving in that direction. That focus, that movement is the only thing that will get you there.
Where are you headed today?