Don't get distracted from your goal
A hypnosis audio to help yourself avoid getting sidetracked by unimportant things
Do you get easily distracted, even though you know exactly what your goal is?
Do you find it hard to maintain your focus until you reach your objective?
Working out an objective is one thing, and hard enough to do in itself. But when you've determined what you are aiming for, you have the far harder challenge of keeping yourself on track until you get there. Partly that's about determination and perseverance. But it's also partly about how you deal with interruptions and distractions. And you'll meet with plenty of those, no matter how determined you are.
Understanding the nature of distraction
Interruptions can be 'external' - generated by other people and events - or 'internal' - generated by your own thoughts and emotions. Beyond that, they fall into one of four categories:
- urgent and important - needs your full attention right now
- urgent but not important - needs attention, but not necessarily yours
- not urgent but important - can be scheduled to a convenient time
- not urgent and not important - can be dismissed
It's easy to fall into the trap of thinking that everything that comes along is urgent and important. When other people come to you about something, their need may be urgent and/or important to them, and they will assume that it will be so to you too. Their urgency can infect you. But it's the same with interruptions that spring out of your own head. It feels like you should attend to them at once.
A further problem is that, once you have been sidetracked, it can be quite difficult to get back to what you were doing. You may have just as much determination as before, but you have lost concentration and focus. And if another interruption happens along just then, you may never get back on track that day at all.
What you need to do to ensure you don't get distracted
So to make progress you need to be able to assess every interruption and get clear about what category it really belongs to. And then you need to be able to direct the energy that is inherent in the true urgency or importance of the interruption in such a way that it feeds into what you are trying to achieve.
A tall order?
Hypnosis can help you stay on track
Don't get sidetracked is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists with wide experience in time management and motivation. Its carefully targeted hypnotic suggestions reach deep into the unconscious mind, where you make decisions almost without being aware of it.
Regular listening to your download will help you naturally
- stay focused on your goals
- clearly discern the nature of every distraction
- respond appropriately to interruptions
- quickly get back on track
- feel much more in control of your life
Download Don't get sidetracked and make sure you get where you're going.
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Don't Get Sidetracked
Narrator: Roger Elliott
Download Size: 9.76 MB
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