We learn to concentrate, to avoid mental overloads, to distribute time, to carry out what was started to the end and maximize its productivity.

The big question is: how to stay focused in the age of distractions? In a time where there are so many constant demands to your attention and everything and everyone is pulling you in different directions?


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The organized mind rules

Multitasking is a myth. How many times in a day do you find yourself checking email while talking to a client on the phone, or answering text messages while in a meeting? You may tell yourself you’re multitasking, but it is a misnomer. What we’re actually doing is rapidly shifting our attention from one thing to another.

Be organized. Being organized in your physical environment lessens the burden on your brain. Have a designated place for commonly misplaced items such as keys, glasses, and cellphones. Allow your physical environment to serve as reminders, alleviating the pressure on your brain to recall things.

Make big decisions in the morning

Each time you make a decision, it uses some neuro-resources. The problem is these neuro-resources are used up whether you’re making an insignificant decision such as which pen to use out of a drawer of pens, or something important such as whether to sign a multimillion-dollar deal. If you spend your day making a bunch of little decisions and it comes time to make a big important one, you’re neurologically depleted.

Manage yourself first

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With all the distractions in today’s world, it can be challenging to maintain focus. Email, social media, and the general busyness of everyday life can make it difficult to zero in your attention on a single task.

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Neuroscientists have figured out why you can’t concentrate at work

Even though most people think about themselves as primarily visual beings, neuroscience reveals a complex “connectome” of brain cells that connects all of our senses.

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Build attention step by step

You only need to focus for one minute at first. Clear everything away, pick your one important task, and just do it for one minute without switching. This is hard to do in the beginning but if you consciously focus on focusing, you can do it. It’s just a minute.