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Believe in yourself and apply maximum conviction and dedication to what you are doing. Don't "try", do it. This puts you ahead of the competition.
This applies to your physical body as well. If you are constantly slouched with a frown on your face and arms crossed, that may not serve you well. That kind of posture can come across as defensive, negative or closed minded. A strong, positive, and open posture will make things that much more attainable.
Problems can be interpreted as opportunities to use different resources and find alternatives.
A problem means life is eliminating options and helping you choose how you are going to be successful. In the case of not having money, it may mean you have to learn to do it yourself.
Your mind and your body are all that you truly need. Everything else is a luxury. In fact, there are even people becoming successful with no arms or legs.
Many of the world's most successful people have faced extremely difficult times, financial burdens, failed relationships, failed businesses, homelessness and other hardships. But learning how to turn these "problems" into benefits has been one of the biggest turning points for many successful people.
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Practice "timeboxing" your schedule: assigning a maximum amount of time for an activity. It can help give context and limits to ambiguous tasks.
A simple way to accomplish this is to manage the notification settings on your smartphone.
Try turning off personal email notifications. Unless social media is part of your job, consider turning off notifications from apps like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter during work hours. Designate a specific time during your day to check personal communications.