Leadership 101

10 strategies to help you improve your focus

When was the last time you found yourself working “in the zone?” You know, that time when you’re completely absorbed in what you’re doing and loving every minute of it, because you KNOW you’re getting something great accomplished? I hope it hasn’t been too long since you’ve experienced that. Unfortunately for many, working in the zone doesn’t occur often enough . If you work in a home office, there might be too many magnetizing home activities to do or distractions to fight off and if you’re in a corporate culture, you may find people, phones, noise, and other distractions breaking your focus all the time. Here are 10 strategies to help you improve your focus.
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When was the last time you found yourself working “in the zone?” You know, that time when you’re completely absorbed in what you’re doing and loving every minute of it, because you KNOW you’re getting something great accomplished?

I hope it hasn’t been too long since you’ve experienced that. Unfortunately for many, working in the zone doesn’t occur often enough . If you work in a home office, there might be too many magnetizing home activities to do or distractions to fight off and if you’re in a corporate culture, you may find people, phones, noise, and other distractions breaking your focus all the time. Here are 10 strategies to help you improve your focus.

To access this post, you must purchase Lioness Monthly or Annual Membership.

About the author

Leslie Shreve

Leslie Shreve has been teaching business owners, executives and motivated professionals unleash the power of their most productive work day since 2003. She is a productivity expert and the creator of Taskology® The Science of Getting Things Done. It’s a system that teaches simple, logical and easy-to-use strategies for maximizing your entire work day including best management of tasks, time, e-mail, paper and more. Leslie lives outside of Baltimore, MD and enjoys cooking, reading, playing the piano, home decorating and hiking Maryland trails.