Are you having a hard time finishing a simple task even if you have already spent a huge amount of time working on it?
We usually work with our heads on the clouds. We think about what we’re not doing and that prevents us from working on the task efficiently and obtaining the best possible results.
When you see your thoughts wandering, attempt to recall what you were doing when you became disoriented. It’s a little challenging at first. This is not a natural form of discipline. Don’t quit up.
Sometimes we just have to cope with reality and make adjustments. Job-related disruptions cannot be avoided, but they can be managed. Come in early or stay late and take advantage of the peaceful hours when no one is around to complete the tasks.
We have a strong need to check emails, messages, and social media notifications. When this happens, concentrate hard on returning your attention to the meeting. Because you will be training your attention muscle, this act will enhance your ability to concentrate.
Multitasking actually dilutes your concentration. Every time your mind shifts gears, you lose a fraction of a second. Most of us can’t talk on the phone, read email, and provide orders to our assistants all at the same time.
Most professionals don’t incorporate obligatory breaks during work. That’s terrible because a few minutes of stretching and relaxing before returning to work generally helps you concentrate.
If you’re about to complete a particularly tough task, promise yourself a reward after you’re finished. You may keep a favorite tea or coffee blend on hand, or you could indulge in some particular chocolate.
If we just let our minds wander every time we’re working on something, we’re just applying the bare minimum of our capabilities and we can never achieve significant progress thus, we’re only delaying success. #LiveTheGreatLife #RubenLicera #WorkEfficiently