Do you want to improve your focus
A few tweaks are all it will take, if I can finally get to grips with focusing more, I’m sure you can too.
You may not realise that what you do in your free time, or how much sleep you get each night has a huge impact on how well-focused and productive you are during the day. That’s why this post will teach you some easy ways to stay mentally sharp at work and avoid burnout so that even after hours when it’s time for family or friends, there will still be plenty of energy left over for them.
Working on your projects can be a bit of a struggle too when you have other things to do. There are times where you need to focus and produce something, but it’s hard to get in the right mood. It’s easy to just give up or not try at all because you’re too busy. But how do you stay focused? Here are some things that will work for you:
Do what needs to be done first – if there’s something that needs more attention than anything else, then prioritize it so that it gets done before anything else.
Create time blocks – look at the day and where there is space for creativity. Listen to yourself, it will make those moments easier to find since they’ll come out naturally instead of being forced. We all have our own natural rhythms. Personally, I love early mornings for creativity and the afternoon for more menial tasks. But, we’re all different. Listen to you.
You may not realise that what you do in your free time, or how much sleep you get each night has a huge impact on how well-focused and productive you are during the day.
Doing things like watching too much TV before bed, spending too many late nights out partying without sleeping enough, eating sugary foods just because they’re there; these habits increase boredom levels which leads us down an inevitable path toward burnout. Try reading before you fall asleep, don’t eat for a few hours before you sleep and cut out (or reduce) junk. Do it for a few weeks and I can guarantee you will be surprised by your new awareness.
Reduce your phone time. The average person spends 12 hours a day on their phone, and it doesn’t help us focus or maintain our sanity in any way. Our attention spans today are less than a goldfish!
When you combine this with the lack of exercise most people are getting nowadays (seriously, why are there so many people out there who can’t get off their couch?), unhealthy food choices all week when they know damn well what’s going to happen to their bodies if they do that every single day of their lives. (Okay, rant over).
You might not think that planning your day and night can have a serious impact on the quality of your work, but it does. If you don’t plan for what needs to be done you will end up with a messy day, because there’s no other way to achieve anything without taking time to focus on one task to complete another. It builds momentum into our day and makes us unstoppable.
When we’re always winging our days, it takes more energy and leaves us less focused,
Mental focus is a key ingredient to success. How are you using your brainpower? What can you do today to make sure that it’s focused on what matters most?
If you want to be mentally focused, plan your day ahead of time, stop bad habits that may cause stress or anxiety, and eat healthy foods. In days you will find more balance in your life.
It also helps if you have a routine every morning, when you wake up and go through some exercises or stretches before starting work or school each day. A simple routine will help ensure that no matter what happens throughout the week, there is always something positive happening at least once per day. Stick to it.
Your thoughts will always create your reality. Continuous self-improvement, motivated desires, self-discipline plus positive powerful thoughts will transform your life. It has far more potency than a mix of self-defeating lack lustered negative self-talk and inaction will ever have.
If you want different results in your life stop using the same mental program. It’s time to conquer you!