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Why Focus Matters??

Why Focus Matters??

In any given moment, we are always focusing on something.

Get the phone out of your immediate vicinity for most of the day. This is a theme that I think will crop up more and more in this book, and something I’m become more convicted about.

One of the best ways to foster creativity and additional productivity is learning to unfocus – to step back and gain some space, uninterrupted by something vying for your attention.

Pay attention to nothing and let the mind wander.

Studies show we go an average of 40 seconds when working on a computer before becoming distracted or interrupted

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