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How to become more focused

How to become more focused

As business owners, we wear many hats.  Multi-tasking becomes our M.O.  But staying on point with a dozen moving parts and multi-tasking can result in not completing action items.

It’s all about FOCUS.  Here are some tricks-and-tips I picked off the internet on staying on point.

How To Become More Focused

  1. Define your goals and prioritize tasks accordingly. The first step in concentration is to form a mental picture of what you wish to accomplish. Understanding why you are engaging in an activity and clearly stating what you hope to achieve from completing the task adds clarity to your thought process. It’s important to write down your objectives and pinpoint how that job assists you in meeting those overarching goals.
  2. Slow down. When you work with a deliberate slowness, it allows you to more effectively pay attention to the task at hand. When it comes to engaging in mindful work activities, it is important to gain the discipline to keep things simple and moving at a pace conducive to improved focus.
  3. Conquer negativity. Negative thoughts greatly drain mental capacity, as an unhealthy thought process overly stimulates the brain, increasing mental pressure and tension. When your mind is overloaded with threats, demands and counterproductive thoughts, cognitive impairment (a big hindrance to productivity) is the result.

Such tricks as remembering your core values, defining aspects of yourself that you are grateful for, breathing to relieve bodily tension and getting up and moving will lessen thoughts of doom and gloom and heighten your ability to think efficiently and produce at optimal levels.

  1. Practice intense focus. Whenever you fix your mind on a certain thought and hold your mind on it at successive intervals, you develop concentration. Understand that the human brain has limited capacity for attention. When you allocate anything less than 100% focus to a task, you weaken your ability to produce at a level consistent with your capabilities. If you wish to enhance the quality of your work, it is imperative to set aside any other activities that require effort for the time being.

I hope these tips help.

Mitch Nabki Guerra, President of Long Beach Chapter of TEAM Referral Network

Contuitiv Consulting

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