Focusing with a Shower

This next tip for attaining more focus in goal settingapplies before you start your day or at the end of the day before you start doing what you need to do at home. Basically, you just need to take a shower. Take a good nice relaxing bath. This will help remove all your stressed and will help reenergize you.

Focusing with a Shower

You know what I mean, right? Remember that nice feeling you get after taking a nice hot shower? Well, you probably feel a bit sleepy but if you end your shower with a quick splash of cold water, you’ll be awake and pumped up to do some work. So if you wake up or reach home particularly sleepy and tired, hit the shower and start with warm water. Then, after rinsing, change to cold water and just bask in it for a few seconds. Surely, after that, you’ll be ready to work on whatever it is that you need to do for the sake of achieving goals.

More to come on another topic about setting goals.





Energized to Focus in Goal Setting

Another tip to get the focus that you need for setting goals is to be energized. In order to do that you can either eat or take some rest. If you can, do both.

Energized to Focus in Goal Setting

You need to do this because working on an empty stomach is not good and will not give you full focus as you’ll be thinking of food and how hungry you are. In addition to that, you’ll be hungry that means you’ll have low energy and your brain won’t function well in that state. So take a snack or eat a full meal before you start working. As for sleep, in achieving goals, a lot of energy is dispensed so you need to ensure that you sleep well the night before you want to start working on something major and important. The suggested sleep you should have is at least 6-8 straight hours of undisturbed sleep.

So there you go. Are there more tips for achieving focus in goal setting? Yes there are! Tune in again next time! 😉

Focusing in Goal setting

Focus is one of the challenges that you’ll encounter when you decide to actively start achieving goals and dreams. I say this because there are so many things that can distract you. It can be your environment, the people around you, your mind, or the things in your computer.

Focusing in Goal Setting

For now, let’s focus on one distraction and the corresponding way on how to focus with that distraction in mind. Alright, let’s start with your environment. This is probably one of the first things that you want to fix before you start doing your work. Essentially, the desired and healthy place to work on is a clean and relatively silent work area. That means that your immediate surrounding, your desk and your office, should be clean or at least organized. Clutter is a big no no. In addition to that, it needs to be silent. That means, no unnecessary noise such as chit chat from coworkers or loud music. Focus is difficult to attain when you hear other people talking. So, try to keep out people from your workplace by putting a sign on your door that you shouldn’t be disturbed. It’s okay to do this since they know that you’re busy so they should understand. After all, they have similar set goals as you do, so they can most likely relate.

There you go. Keep it clean and keep it silent. On the next issue, we will discuss another distraction that makes it difficult to focus in goal setting. What it is is a secret. You have to read the next one to find out. 😉