692: The Reasons You Get Distracted and How to Make Sure You Never Do Again

It's not one of the most popular new year resolutions, but I bet it's on your mind.  I'm talking about increase your level of focus and attention.  It's not an easy thing to do either.  technology has given us myriad ways to pee away time when we lose the focus of what we are working on. 

Ultimately though the responsibility is yours to stay on task. However, that is not as easily done as you may think.

In fact, the reasons you lose your focus may not even be aware to you.  Thankfully, I am go to demystify it for you.  On today's show I am going to talk about 4 reasons you become distracted, along with 4 questions to help you understand which applies to you.

On ZEN commuter though, I don't leave you in the lurch.  I help you get out of the unserving space you are in, and this is no exception.

I am going to talk to you about ways you can stay focused.  I am going to talk about a variety of techniques, apps and methods all designed to help you stay on task.

If you have ever experienced a bout of distraction (or continually do), then this episode, Episode 692 is for you.

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Things you will learn in this episode:

  • How a fear of failure feeds distraction
  • How not getting enough sleep leeds to lack of attention
  • The Link between nutrition and inattentiveness
  • When a lack of self worth is the cause of your distraction
  • What corporate FOMO is and how it leads to distraction
  • Apps that help you stay focused

Resources from the episode:

10 Apps designed to help you focus

The Pomodoro Technique


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