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    Good point form, to check your daily lifestyle and make some adjustment so that you can control your mind; and stay focus.
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    The guide to instant focus from the Instant-series team takes an introspective turn. What is contributing to your lack of focus? Are you tired? Distracted? Or just plain lazy? “Instant Focus” approaches many different facets of focus and different situations. Even in environments where I hadn’t considered ‘focus’ to be a factor or culprit for faults, such as focus in relationships. But it makes perfect sense in how it’s laid out. This installment from the Instant-series team reads differently than some of the others I’ve read. There is good information within some of the condemning language. If read in a certain context or with a particular pretense, some of the language of “Instant Focus” feels like an attack. But at its core, this book is encouraging one thing: honesty. Be honest with yourself. How do you feel? Are you really putting forth an appropriate effort? It can be difficult to stare down some of the questions, but if you are to improve your focus, they are topics which need broached. The tips to regain focus in the moment are concise and clear to understand. They are simple and mostly boil down to changing your environment, from leaving your desk to changing your clothes. And larger areas of focus can be broken down to how you are approaching them. Try smaller, attainable goals and being self-aware in the moment. Mostly though, just slow down. There are some very powerful statements of affirmation sprinkled throughout as well. “Instant Focus” contains a lot of seeming common sense. It forces you to consider why you’re unable to focus. And gives you practical tips on how to make those changes. Again the team keeps the “Instant” true, as I finished the during my lunch break with a half-hour to spare.

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