Feedback is important in life. We all want to be better at what we do, but being shamed into it rarely, if ever, works.
The world’s ever increasing demands for our attention are creating an overwrought state of mind. It’s causing us to miss out on the small nuances in personal and professional relationships – the things that make a big difference.
It has been estimated that one hour of focused time equals four hours of work in the messy distracted world. Here are some simple but overlooked ways to get to at least a half hour of focused work.
Science tells us that how we pay attention to the world is serious business and could affect our sense of well-being, our success, even our health. The ability to focus is the game-changer.
Read through these lessons to calm your brain’s overworked environment. [...]
Most people want to get better at something. It can be as mundane as keeping a more pristine checkbook or something as grandiose as becoming an elite-level athlete or leader. The process is the same, whether it’s big or small.
Adapted from “Activate Your Brain” by the blog’s author Uh [...]
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