Focus and Practice at a Higher Level

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Among the challenges faced when we’re asked to, or choose to, work fulltime at home for an extended period, are competing forces vying to gain our attention. And yet, there are still work details and deadlines that demand it, when they demand it. In this Edge, we look at the advantages of intentional practice, putting in the required effort, believing in yourself, three kinds of focus, and technology’s effect on our attention. Attention connects us to the world and shapes our experiences. To achieve more, focus and practice at a higher level.

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