To be honest, I start getting distracted as early as the 1.5 or the 2 hour mark. It is hard to stay focused, but if I feel myself getting repeatedly distracted, then I find that it's best to take a break and not feel guilty about it. I'll take a short walk or check in on a loved one or grab a snack, and that break will help me focus better for another 1.5-2 houes than if I had just powered through. If you don't give yourself a break when you need it, not only will you be less productive than you could have been in the same amount of time, but you might even start to resent yourself and the work you're doing.
- Where should I put my phone so it won’t distract me?
- How do I follow through with my plans?
- After some practice…can we really trust and make the difference between our intuition voice and our mind voice?
- What are some of the benefits you find from eating a great breakfast?
- Do you use plain floss, floss picks, or something else?
- How can I keep motivated?
- Do you know any apps that deliver headlines of the most important topics around the world?
- What are some best time management tools?
- Studying later in life must have mixed results. I’d like to hear how much can be achieved after 50 years of age through genuine study.
- How do I learn and retain information more effectively?
- How can I improve my concentration? Nothing seems to work for me. I always find myself zoned out or daydreaming.
- How do you study when you don’t feel motivated?
- What are some useful study tips you utilize?
- How can I be more motivated to study?
- How do you focus best?