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Your Recommended Focus Fix:
Master Internal Triggers
What’s an internal trigger and what does it have to do with finding your focus?
You just sat down to work on the outline for a new project and then it happens… the impossible to ignore urge to check your phone. Not out of necessity (after all, you just checked it 10 minutes ago) but out of a desire to avoid discomfort. After all, writing a project outline demands a whole lot more brain power than liking your friend Lisa’s photo of her smiling baby on Instagram.
That, my friend, is an example of an internal trigger. A focus detractor that operates like a thief in the night. Internal triggers are sly, easy to ignore, and sometimes hard to spot. They’re also pervasive and powerful when it comes to robbing you of the core purpose or goal you set out to achieve.
When you master internal triggers, you’ll be able to see distractions for what they are — an attempt to avoid discomfort. With this newfound awareness, you’ll be the one in the driver’s seat when it comes to choosing what you spend your time on.
Based on your quiz results, there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to get more done, find more time, and reach your goals once you know how to cope with your internal triggers.
I’m ready to offer my best, research-backed tips to help you accomplish this.