Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Maintain Your Focus

In the September online issue of Inc.com, Dr. Geil Browning, Founder, Emergenetics International, wrote, “A study in the journal Cognition reveals that people can maintain their focus or "vigilance" much longer when their brains are given something else to think about every 20 minutes. That's the time when thinking becomes less efficient. This trick is called momentary deactivation. If your mind isn't as sharp after a long period of work, it may not be completely fatigued. It just needs to focus on something else to refresh the specific neural network you've been using.”

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