Attention is either something that we have or something that we need.
Children who need attention, become extrovert and learn to become the focus of other people’s attention.
Children who have attention and focus, can create what they need by attraction and become introvert.
What we focus our attention on, we attract to us, either consciously or sub-consciously.
Extroverts, who need attention, control energy in a more active way and adopt the drama of either an intimidator or a poor me.
Introverts, who have attention, control energy in a more passive way and adopt the drama of either an interrogator or an aloof.
Whatever intention, aim, or goal that we have, it requires our attention and focus before we can take action to obtain it.
With enough attention to our intention, the only action required is to allow it to manifest.