Mastering Your Focus in Less Than 15 Minutes a Day

Master Your Focus in Less than 15 Minutes a Day!

Do you find yourself getting distracted easily?

Issues sitting down and completing a task?

Well, you are not alone. How would you like to have laser focus for the task at hand?

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It’s easier than you think. It just takes 15 minutes or less per day and it is possible to attain in just 21 days. Why 21 days? 21 days is how long it takes to rewire your brain, make new neural connections and create a new habit.

I have used this technique with myself and with many clients. And we have achieved amazing results on a very consistent basis. The key is making sure you take time to do it every day for the 21 days without a fail.

All you need is a pen, a paper, and a comfortable place to write. This technique is called observational journaling.

Observational writing can be done anywhere, where there is some sort of activity. It can be in a park, looking out a window in your house, or just sitting in your backyard.

So, lets get started.

Find a comfortable spot with some sort of activity going on. This can be sitting alone in nature just watching the sky and trees, it really doesn’t matter. Content doesn’t matter either. You are simply going to write what ever you observe with lifting pen from paper. Such as “the grass is green”, “a bird is flying overhead”, “a child is laughing”, or “the trees are bending in the wind.”

The key is not to go down any rabbit holes. Banish any thoughts from distracting you. Just stay on task. All you must do is write what ever it is you are observing. One thing right after the other, continually. No need to think of a why for anything you write down. Content, spelling, and grammar are all irrelevant. Just keep writing whatever you are seeing.

Make sure you are in a place where you will not be interrupted. If a thought comes up, let it go and write down the next thing you see. It’s that simple.

This practice trains the mind to stay focused. It’s an easy and effortless way to stay on target. By repeating this technique day after day, your focus will improve considerably. For the first seven days, practice it for 5 minutes. The second seven days, practice it for 10 minutes. Then for the final seven days, the practice will be for 15 minutes.

Not only will you be able to stay on task and have an amazing focus. Also, your mediation practice will also soar. This exercise works because you are firing and wiring new neural connections. You are installing a new habit in your brain and in your subconscious mind.

This is just the tip of the iceberg. If you would like to research more ways and different life hacks, I invite you to visit YagerTraining.com.

Interested? We offer connection calls with Jenn@yagertraining.com. Jenn has a vast wealth of information on NLP and what it takes to receive the proper training to become an Elite Coach at Yager Training.

~ Jack, In-House Master Coach

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