When you concentrate, you control and influence the direction of all your thought and effort towards a particular task or idea. The logic is simple therefore: if you are able to put your mind into something with more focus and at a greater length of time, then the more your mind can absorb the information and retain it better. The ability to concentrate takes some amount of serious mental focus, the capacity for patience and the gift of will-power.
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Many say that successful people share one common characteristic, that is, the ability to concentrate. They rely on self-discipline to focus their mind to coordinate the given task or idea until they attain the end-result.
Anyone can harness their power to concentrate. This book will teach some skills to help you achieve that. Here’s a short preview of what you can read up inside:
1. Will it. Program your mind to concentrate. Motivate yourself by affirming that the power to focus your mind lies in you. By repeatedly saying to yourself to concentrate and that you can concentrate, you are willing it to happen and if you press on, in time, it will certainly transpire.
2. Focus on one thing at a time. Decide on a particular task to start with, then do it and finish it. Starting on one task and jumping on to another only conditions your mind to be inattentive.
We quote T. Harv Eker, “Where attention goes, energy flows and results show.”