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My favorite definition of a good goal is What's the most important thing you should be doing right now, and why aren't you doing it? You need only one. Everything else - eating, shopping, chopping onions, sitting on the toilet serves as important maintenance functions on the way to accomplishing this one goal. Just stick to one very important goal at ...


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So the mind-tools online dictionary tells us this: Goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future, and for motivating yourself to turn your vision of this future into reality. The process of setting goals helps you choose where you want to go in life. A goal in my humble opinion (correct me if I am wrong anywhere), should ...


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This issue is common in studying. Gruber's answer provides links to why the brain need breaks and he provides links to mindfulness training. I believe Focus and attention span in human beings are also skills. Even Studying is a skill, not everyone knows how to study effectively. First an foremost, before I begin, I want to tell you that you are fine and ...


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Rest is important for the brain's ability to learn, research says. Breaks are essential. That said, to reduce the length of resting periods I suggest you begin Mindfulness training. There is a growing body of scientific evidence that such training improves learning capacity and cognitive functions (such as reading comprehension). For instance, see Mrazek et ...


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I've recently bought a pair of Bose QC20 in-ear NC headphones. I'm trying them on with a pair of active noise cancelling Mitone (generic brand) headphones. here's a list summing my review: Mitone only: I can hear typing from a few people down, and some chatter 6 meters away. QC20 only: I can hear myself type, and people 3m away QC20 + music: Same as ...



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