This weeks tip takes 4 minutes 16 seconds to watch and it's worth it! Nir Eyal - 5 tips to distraction proof your mind. His book is awesome. Here's my summary below.
1) Plan your day (if you don’t someone else will). The principle of dedicated diary or time-boxing helps you achieve your required outcomes. Blocking out an 'admin day' with no prioritised order of what you want to achieve can lead to lack of focus and many items on your list still being there at the end of th
Here’s your Friday tip focused on Clarity (this time it's an article as there's a little story involved this week). I am currently reading a book called ‘Indistractable’ by Nir Eyal, I’ll be sharing a review of this book soon. Early on in the book he talks about 'Traction' and 'Distraction' and the difference between the two * Traction means to draw or pull (to what we want in life) * Distraction means literally the opposite (it obstructs us from making the progress towards w
Here is your weekly tip and follows on well from last weeks where I shared a tip on writing thoughts and feelings down to help empty the mind and break the cycle of thoughts/feelings circling.
In a Coaching session with my client earlier this week, we were focusing in on achieving Clarity - they shared that they felt frustrated and stuck with regards to progressing certain actions. I helped them re-frame what they had acheived and succeded at to help them break the state
Happy Friday folks - here’s your top tip this week focused on ‘Clarity’. Last week we focused on managing distractions (specifically mobile devices) to enable focus and clarity.
This week we look at some simple ways to help achieve clarity...
1) Visualising the outcomes you want - write them down, print pictures/images which denote what you want and look at these regularly. This helps create the habit of focusing on what you want as opposed to what you don’t or focusing