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Five Questions Productive People Ask Themselves to Stay Focused


It happens to everyone when we start to do work number of unusual things pop-up and distract us. We join something else except which we were going complete. We will discuss that what kind of activities disturb your mind to stay focused.

Mental health, Five Questions Productive People Ask Themselves to Stay Focused

The best 5 questions productive people ask themselves to stay focused described below.

  • How long has it been since you've taken a break?


When people ask you:
You say "I am tired", not every time you feel physically tired but you might be mentally tired must take a break. We do exercise and become tired, but what about mental tiredness?
Do you feel continuously overhead? Mental fatigue is a state of mind that needs rest to boost your working productivity.
What exactly causes mental fatigue?

  1. Constant decision making 
  2. Surrounding disorders 
  3. Overcommitting
  4. Avoidance and procrastination 
  5. Perfectionism 
  6. Lack of sleep 

A study of cognition found that people are more productive which have brief mental breaks. Stay focused people's mentality gradually neglect the same external stimuli - for example what they see and hear. They pay more attention to new experiences and knowledge. Take breaks to stay focused and more productive.

  • Are you running on a good night's sleep or just caffeine?


Which year but don't adopt it,
"Adults need eight hours of sleep in 24 hours." 

What do we have bad?
Stay online on social media. 
Gathering of friends and family. 
If you have 5 cups of coffee in a day, seriously you might need to sleep earlier. Unfortunately, you have a long sleep of the weekend, it doesn't get you fresh whole week and good at business plans.
A Harvard Medical school research found that even have extra hours of sleep on the weekend does not boost your mental ability against those who received constant sleep hours throughout the week. Say goodbye to late-night sleep.

Your future depends on your dreams, so go to sleep.
Mesut Barazany

  • What have you been eating


It is shocking for you that what kind of food affects your ability of focus. Food is the fuel that runs your mood and energy, both significantly affects your focus.
A list of foods that will increase your power of focus.
Blueberries, Green tea, Avocados, Leafy green vegetables, Fatty fish, Water, Dark chocolate, Flex seeds and Nuts.
Your body requires high-fat foods to work harder.

  • How often you eat


Most of the time we start working without breakfast and take rich lunch. Breakfast helps you focused at work or school, rather than constantly eating. It does not mean that how much you eat but a good amount of food in breakfast helps you to replenish your blood sugar that the body needs to make muscles and brain work properly.
Keeping yourself from reaching a point when you feel hungry. Mostly we make unhealthy food choices and we do not decide until we feel hungry.

  • Is there an issue that's stealing your focus?


If you want a productive concentrate on your work. We all have bad habits that rob us and waste our time in useless activities.
Fractured focus division of your mind in the various tasks. Nothing is faster in attention division then internet. We love the internet and unexpectedly we know the difference in usage. It is the most powerful tool that connects you all around the world, share knowledge, expression more than any other Technology. Capturing and spreading the right information is the purpose of web connections.
Have you ever think of it?
  1. How much internet district your mind?
  2. How much time it makes useless?
  3. How does it change your opinion?
  4. What kind of bad habits have you adopted?

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4 Comments

  1. Well, I guess we don't really pay attention to these minute details. It's always there in our subconscious mind. Good post.

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  3. Thanks for such guiding post, lokking forward to it.

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