There is no time for anyone to lose focus on the MAIN THING. That’s true in the best of times and especially in these times. Leaders are diligent to determine what the MAIN THING is and then to KEEP THE MAIN THING THE MAIN THING.
Beware of distractions—trivial activities, bad attitudes, needless conflict, technology glitches. There are 2 or 3 critical items for every branch and every team member. Identify them. Post them on the wall. Talk about them. Come back to them. Live them.
Success in battle belongs to those who know what the vital objective is and resolutely drive toward that ONE thing.