Cut Through The Noise To Manage Your Attention Better
In the modern age of multiple distractions, it is impossible to manage your attention without effort.
The challenge is most of us have no idea how to do this effectively.
To thrive in today’s attention-grabbing economy, you need a strong belief in what is truly important to you and letting the rest go.
Figure Out What Is Important To You
Can you tell the difference between information that is simply trying to grab your attention and information that is useful? The ability to distinguish signals from the noise is an essential skill.
When you care about something, it is likely more important to you and rises higher on the priority list.
You need to figure out what matters to you and arrange your attention on these things for your long-term success.
So start by rejecting the demands placed on your time. You can say no to browsing social media, reading pointless articles and browsing websites. Take it a step further and start saying no to unnecessary meetings, conference events and unsubscribe from irrelevant email lists.
Attention Is A Limited Resource
Everything you pay attention to is stealing your attention from something else. Working on that report at night is taking your attention away from the kids or sitting by the fireplace reading your favorite book. Taking a job in a different state might put extra strain on your marriage and affect your family.
Sheevaun Moran is a business advisor, master coach, quantum energy thought leader and the founder of Energetic Solutions. She uses business principles with energetic techniques to help more than 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs and leaders bring instant focus and shifts to clarity, purpose, and profits.
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