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Use Your Distraction

Procrastination and mind-wandering, in general, can be a useful distraction and you can do the following to make the most of them:

  1. Accept your mental oscillations between the focused and diffused states
  2. Block time for letting your mind wander, like going for a walk, or to cook a meal.
  3. Meditate or do breathing exercises to reduce any negative mind-wandering.

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Our brain’s executive system is active during any goal-oriented task, where there is a level of focus required.

For at least two thousand years, our minds have been wandering away from the object of focus.

Our brain is oscillating between two different brain states: Focused thinking and Diffused thinking. This is the reason people have shower thoughts or sudden solutions to problems that are bothering them for long.

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