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How to improve your focus and concentration
The minds of successful people are well organized and have the ability to focus. If you want to make the most out of your life, developing this kind of mind is essential. The big challenge in achieving this goal is being in a culture that glorifies amount of work done, rather than the quality of that work. Most low-level jobs, where young adults are hired, require very little creativity and critical thinking. This creates a culture of taking shortcuts to achieve objectives that we are not really passionate about. Because of the advancement of consumer electronic technology, we are surrounded by distractions that are constantly craving engagement.
The engagement we give these distractions is taking away our ability to focus on the things that really matter. If we could just spend less time tapping our smart phones, we could do a whole lot more with our waking hours. Indulging in these distractions also promotes the practice of constantly switching attentions. This habit kills our ability to focus. People who have this kind of habit often become uncomfortable when doing one thing for a long period of time. They lack the ability to continue working, especially if the task is very boring. Luckily, there are ways to rehabilitate our ability to focus. We can enhance our minds and condition them to be ready for tasks that require prolonged attention. However, we need to develop habits and practice some exercises to be able to accomplish this.
This book provides you with these habits and the exercises. They will help you develop a mind capable to concentrating for longer periods of time.
©2016 John Morgan (P)2016 John Morgan
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2 out of 5 stars
By Sam Dizzy on 05-08-17


Sleep inducing, don't try to listen to the whole book in one sitting, narrator should change her speech pattern every so often. Sounds like a robot.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Rodney Pollen on 09-25-16

Nothing New

The book successfully summarises some helpful tips on staying focused however there is nothing here you haven't heard a hundred times before in better written books. I hope this review limits the wasted time and money to just mine.

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