Mobirise Website Builder

How to concentrate when you are distracted


Ask questions. If you feel uncomfortable, no doubt others will feel confused as well; thus, when you turn the clutter in your head into questions, it will not only be good for you, but you will also help other people. You can start with five basic questions: Ask what, when, where, why/how, and/or who? Observe the ball or the road; the speaker at work, the subject at school, or anything--in the game--in the sales floor; don't stare. Highlight the zone, like an athlete who can't lose, in an altered state of consciousness. A synonym for the phrase would be "altered state of mind" or "altered state of mind"... This can be linked to your creativity: the creative effort or dreaminess of an inspired engineer. So stay in a state of creative exploration in your field of research or work. Sit on the edge of your chair; leaning slightly toward the speaker; be ready to learn and do your assignments. Grasp each piece of the puzzle and each phrase; understand each paragraph and sentence, and at the end, connect it all into a whole. Your goal is to get the big picture, to see a panoramic image, finding and fitting the pieces of the whole together in your life, in your studies, in your short-term and long-term goals.


Nod affirmatively. Shake your head "Yes!" in class during a lecture or class discussion, or as you listen, read, and understand a small paragraph; it's little snippets like this that form the whole subject; so work to understand every detail. Of course, the complete picture is equally important to understand how its component parts fit together and to understand--not to learn it by heart (without memorizing it). The goal is to understand, not to memorize nonsense (as it may seem without understanding).
 Develop a system of putting together a mosaic of bits, into a big picture, like a jigsaw puzzle. The point is to understand... But with memorizing rules, axioms, postulates, identities, concepts, histories and definitions have to be handled and then applied and managed in math and science, even details of history, foreign languages, grammar and other, have to be learned and memorized and then put knowledge into practice. Solve a puzzle, make your way through a maze... Many things, such as 1000 pieces of a puzzle will not fit together in an instant, a subject to be learned is like a big new puzzle, but it is based on what you have done before, what you already know and have gone through. That's why there are basics that cannot be forgotten and need to be repeated as you go along...You will begin to connect ideas. Develop a perception of the little pieces as elements of one big puzzle.

© Copyright 2022  - All Rights Reserved

Make a free website with Mobirise