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How to pay attention to detail and get more out of life
Do you find it hard to get down to the nitty-gritty details of things? Is it a struggle to make your way through the tedious step-by-step of getting things done, even when you know the goal is important to you? Do you sometimes wonder if you're 'not really one for the details'? It's a bit of a puzzle that so many people find paying attention to detail so difficult, because clearly attention to detail is essential for success.
Ultimately, detail is everything
A moment's thought reveals that there's not a successful project in life (or even an unsuccessful one, for that matter) which did not depend on the details. Every project, every scheme, every plan, every proposal has its broad outline, its 'big picture'. But the realization of the big picture is always very much a matter of detail.
You may be familiar with the old nursery rhyme which teaches this principle to children:
For want of a nail the shoe was lost.
For want of a shoe the horse was lost.
For want of a horse the rider was lost.
For want of a rider the battle was lost.
For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.
And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.
In other words, one little detail can scupper the biggest project you can conceive.
So why does paying attention to detail seem so hard, when clearly it's absolutely essential in life?
Why details can seem so burdensome
People often assume it's a matter of temperament. You may think that there's one type of person who is psychologically suited to the 'big picture' approach to life. Coming up with the ideas, the visions. And another type of person suited to working at the detailed level, actually getting things done. And never the twain shall meet.
This means that, if you think you are more a 'broad outline' sort of person, and not cut out to be a 'plodding through the details' type, you will chafe when you find yourself having to focus on details. You will get irritated, bored, depressed, angry, frustrated. And when things go wrong you are likely to say "I'm just not a details type, you know!"
The limits of the 'type' argument
But this black and white view of two distinct types is severely limiting. And wrong. It leads you to think that the details are the source of the problem. It hides the fact that the real issue is not detail itself, but dedication. Because detail is a matter of perspective, which you can modify at will, but dedication is the bedrock beneath every successful project.
"But, but, but!" you may say, thinking of the hours of anguish you have spent grappling fruitlessly with tiresome details. But the distress you experience really comes from this misplaced focus. Like all of us, you have been powerfully affected by the 'common understanding', and take that to be 'the norm'. But actually it's just a social construct!
Changing your view of yourself and becoming a master of detail
Fortunately, such constructs can be quickly and effectively changed. You can adopt a much more productive view of how you relate to your own projects and schemes. Even if you've spent years thinking of yourself as 'not a detail person', and regard this a fixed part of your identity, if you would really like to master paying attention to detail, you can. And the quickest and most effective way is to use hypnosis.
How hypnosis can help you pay attention to detail
Attention to detail is an audio hypnosis session which pays close attention to the detail of the processes involved in bringing about a change of perspective at the macro and the micro level. It will take you in at the macro level ('the big picture') and metaphorically 'carry' you to the micro level. And, for the duration, you need not concern yourself with the details at all.
When you listen to Attention to detail, you will find yourself entering a state of profound relaxed trance - well understood to be the optimum mental state for absorbing and integrating new learning. You will find your understanding of yourself expanding and developing. You will learn an invaluable new psychological tool that will help you see details in a whole new light. And you can use it in so many areas of life.
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