In the phrase:
...redirecting your focus on to what is working...
Why "on to" and not only "to"?
At first when I saw that phrase I thought the preposition ON was related to the verb focus, but at a second and third analyses I sort of notice that focus is not being used as a verb, but as a noun, so that explanation doesn't apply.
I thought then that maybe ON was related to the verb redirecting but couldn't find any instances when this preposition is used with that verb.
So my question remains, why focus ON TO, when only TO would have conveyed the same meaning?