Talking about COVID-19 with friends and family a lot? This advice will help if that's hurting your mental health.
When we pursue things that matter to us--whether it's a new career or a budding romance--we sometimes feel overwhelmed by
The good thing for you and I is that we can utilize this flaw of the masses to our advantage. When the entire world is full of distracted and unengaged individuals, it is easier than ever to stand out from the crowd. Here are a few ways you can do that.
Our work draws us away from our families, while our cell phones draw us away from our work. We divide our attention between
Everywhere (Facebook, Twitter, blogs, respectable news sites, gossipy web pages, you name it), there have been headlines about how hugging your dog is harmful and wrong! wrong! wrong!
In the first book of the Book of Mormon, a prophet named Lehi narrates an allegorical vision that has become a hallmark of Mormon religious discourse. In this dream he saw "the tree of life," whose fruit brought joy and peace to anyone who partook of it.
I could never go back and start to reread a poem written behind a locked door, in the dead of sacred night. I put on tuxedo
Ultimately, I decided to give up the state of distractedness from my mission-critical creation projects for Lent. Here are the exact steps I took:
When we categorize everything on the same level, it's difficult to prioritize what should be done now and later. As the deadline looms, my quality of writing is in danger of declining all because I just had to check my email.
Whether you decided to focus on one job at a time on Single Tasking Day or not, make it a goal to decrease distractions and improve focus and attention. Enjoy accomplishing more, doing a better job on each undertaking, and spending less time on every assignment.