Just the other day, I was on social media when someone shared a post that resonates with what I am about to share with you in this article.
I will quote him word for word to avoid diluting the message he h=shared.
“At some point people will start going for therapy to fix their terrible attention span. You can’t achieve much if you can’t focus on one thing for at least 15 minutes before you get distracted again.”
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In this article, we will talk about mental focus. So let’s get started without delay.
Now that we are in the information age, it is an almost impossible task to keep focus on one thing for too long. In between tasks we are distracted by various information calling for our attention.
From the various ads that seek to break your attention while reading a blog or scrolling on your social media page to the message that disturbs you while you are in the middle of trying to get something done. Diversions are just a click away in this time.
To put it simply, this generation is being overwhelmed by too much information and this could be a bad thing for our mental focus.
However, the ability to stay focused is the differentiating factor on how successful you will be at this time.
Improving your focus is possible but it will require some real work and commitment on your end. You will need to cultivate habits that can help you achieve this desired outcome.
Like everything else, it is easier said than done. To back it up, if wishes were horses even beggars would ride.
But why is mental focus important? You will find out in the ensuing paragraphs.
- Focus makes it easier to complete tasks: With a focused mind, it becomes easier for you to understand why you are doing anything. With an understanding of why you are doing what you are involved with, it will be difficult to give up halfway.
- It enables you to prioritize:Through the ability to focus, you will have the power to concentrate on what is important and leave the less important ones until you have seen the most important one to completion. It gives you a sense of direction. This will save you a lot of time and give you peace of mind knowing that you are not jumping from one task to another.
- It improves your memory: the power of being able to concentrate has a positive ripple effect on your mental capacity to store and retrieve information.
- You are able to work more efficiently: Being efficient means you are able to do your work at the best pace possible while maintaining quality. Through efficiency you are able to achieve maximum productivity while wasting the barest amount of time.