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7 Strategies To Stay Super Focused

Stop Multitasking.

Stop Multitasking.

Multitasking is the opposite of focus. So pick one important task and fully engage with it. Before starting the next thing, pause intentionally, take a deep breath, and bask in gratitude for the thing you just did.

If you tend to get bored doing one task, set a timer to perform it in short bursts of 15 to 25 minutes. Or you could batch together similar tasks that require the same resources.

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