Being constantly interrupted while trying to do something is perhaps one of the most irritating things, yet, we do that to ourselves almost all the time. Every time we escape from what we are supposed to do and jump right into mindless scrolling, doomscrolling, or binging videos, we are interrupting ourselves. We are stealing our own attention.
This week, we look closely at the consequences of having our attention stolen, whether by ourselves or by out-of-our-control things. We learn why having our attention split is irritating and can leave us feeling off for an entire day.
In addition, we learn to cherish and protect our attention, a massive component of being present and our most valuable asset. We also explore why we get addicted to giving our attention away and much more.
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
About the moment of clarity, I had while I was doing the dishes (2:13)Why having our attention split is so irritating (5:14)Being in a half-focus state is comparable to post-COVID brain fog (9:08)We have the power to choose what to focus on, and we must reclaim it (11:22)How changing our environment and our expectations can help us regain control of our attention (14:44)
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