Learning how to manage your attention starts with identifying the psychological and environmental forces that actively work to sabotage your efforts.
To manage your attention, you must work with nature and with the innate tendencies of our brain to respond to forces like emotion, discomfort, and insecurity.
Now, what can you do right now to harness the finite nature of your attention?
Manage your attention by identifying psychological and environmental forces that sabotage your focus.
Carson Tate is author of the book Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style. A professional consultant, Tate helps top executives and their teams take back control of their to-do lists, workspaces and workflow. She is creator of the "Working Smarter, Not Harder" and "Harness the Productive Power of Your Brain" productivity systems. Tate holds a BA in psychology from Washington and Lee University, a Masters in Organization Development, and a Coaching Certificate from the McColl School of Business at Queens University.