Improve Your Concentration To Improve Your Finances

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You might not think that your ability to concentrate for long periods of time would have much to do with money and finance. I thought that, too, until my concentration began suffering and eventually seemed to become non-existent. In recent months I’ve learned that concentration actually has a lot to do with money and finance.

I used to be one of those people who could lose themselves in a book or task for hours. I could concentrate and focus on whatever I was doing until it was done. I took it for granted that this was just an ability I had. And then I started to lose it. Gradually I noticed that I was more distracted. I’d flit from task to task, never getting anything completel


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4 Responses to Improve Your Concentration To Improve Your Finances

  1. Excellent tips! We all tend to get distracted, and it’s so important to be able to finish tasks. Congrats on figuring it all out & getting your concentration back!

  2. Valentino Buoro says:

    This is a must read piece for all who want to achieve. I have myself fallen victim of some of the distractions in this article. Another way it may be looked at may be from the perspective of the author of the ‘power of less’ . You can actually only achieve concentration if you do fewer tasks.

  3. Tim says:

    Great tips! I recommend keeping a Task manager on your phone. If you are the type of person that has very busy productive days it good to have your “to do” task list on you all the time. It is best to concentrate on one task at a time and when you come across an additional task you just add it to your list. My phones “to do” list is the first thing I check in the morning. A good calendar, note taking or task application will work.

  4. Melanie says:

    Ah, now you’ve motivated me to get off of here and get back to my do-list. Darn, I was having so much fun being distracted reading Saving Advice.

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