Everyone knows the importance of time management, not just to get the most out of the limited time, but to make every minute count. But "distractions", "lack of focus" and "being too busy" are common problems. If you know how to avoid them, you can save time and improve results. Avoid distractions and make tasks fun Nir Eyal , a professor at Stanford University and the author of the best-selling book "The Hook Addiction Effect: Creating New Business Opportunities for Habits " , said that it is human nature to be "distracted". The situation is more serious than before.
Eyal's research is all about helping people focus popular database when they're at work and completely disconnected when they're not. The reason for "distraction" is that the body feels uncomfortable with the environment and wants to change the balance response, which is called "homeostasis". It's like trying to put on a coat when your body is cold and take it off when you're hot. So when we want to browse the news when we're bored, check Facebook when we're lonely, and search Google when we're unsure, it's all a response to wanting to get out of trouble. But more often, you will develop the habit of swiping your phone and wasting time. In this regard, Eyal proposes three ways to improve: First, self-explore and note when you are distracted:
You can ask yourself what emotions are you trying to get rid of? Bored, lonely, uncertain, or incapable of doing the job? When self-exploring, you should pay attention to holding a "curious" mentality and not making abrupt assertions in order to find out the truth. It is only when you are fully immersed in the feeling of self-exploration that you can figure out how to deal with your emotions, rather than repeatedly trying to get rid of it with distraction.