Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on Twitter. One of the biggest problems people face is the lack of discipline — they have goals or habits they want to achieve, but lack that discipline needed to stick with it. Then we beat ourselves up about it.
6 Ways to Minimize Interruptions When You Need to Focus You’re racing through your work, totally in the zone, when… … the phone rings. You stop, and answer it. Wrong number. After a few minutes, you manage to get back into your work.
Getting control of your life and knowing which tasks to do is one of the most useful skills you can learn. It doesn’t matter if you can work 12 straight hours unless you know why you are doing it. Learning how to prioritize your tasks is the natural intersection between short term planning and long term planning and it helps beating procrastination because you are always using your energies on what matter the most to you. Fortunately it’s easy to know what’s important to do if you follow these steps: How to Prioritize Tasks in Your Life
Do As One invites you to use color therapy coupled with breathing to stimulate the entire spectrum of energy within your body temple. Choose whether you want to breathe in one, two or three breaths per color and then sit back and calmly receive a mind, body and spirit full-spectrum boost. You can also choose to breath one breathe per color continuously.
“Music helps me concentrate,” Mike said to me glancing briefly over his shoulder. Mike was in his room writing a paper for his U.S. History class.