How to Train Your Brain to Stay Focused on Important Things that Give Results

Kaye Ramos
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10 min readMar 1, 2018


You juggle multiple tasks at one time not getting anything done. You lose focus easily and gets overwhelmed with so many things to do. Distractions seem to be everywhere that makes it nearly impossible to accomplish anything.

Before you know it, your twenty-four hours in a day are over and you still have not finished the task you’re supposed to do.

Time is a very important resource. Once it slips out of your hands, there’s no way you can turn it back.

We are all given the same number of hours. Many would say the difference lies on how we use those hours, but I would argue that attention is far more important than the time we have.

We can have all the time in the world, but if our attention is diffused everywhere, we will hardly get the results we desire.

As Tony Robbins has said,

“Where focus goes, energy flows.”

How The Brain Processes Attention

The brain is a powerful organ that is capable of processing loads of information. It controls your behavior depending on how you shape it. It has magnificent qualities that is capable of rewiring neural connections to strengthen new habits and weaken poor behaviors.



Kaye Ramos

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