Do you find that first thing in the morning you plan to complete several tasks, and yet, despite your good intentions, some tasks remain undone? It often puzzles us when we do not do what we intended to do, such as continuing with a work project or an academic assignment. At other times, we know the tasks
Having an “I’ll do it tomorrow” thought? It can be hard to move past the feeling when there are other things we want to do. It is frustrating when this happens, especially when we need to meet a deadline, or we want to make progress on something that is important to us. To boost your motivation, think
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]How to increase concentration? The more we are aware of our thinking process the more we can control our attention, which in turn enables us to persevere with our efforts when working on a challenging task. We can get distracted easily whenever we feel stuck or confused. To refocus again, bring your attention back onto the page, without self-judgment. Notice the thoughts that interrupt your attention, and practice letting them go.