Increase Your Ability to Get Things Done
Reduce Chaos and Enhance Focus.
Is your workday constantly filled with chaos and distractions? Do you find it difficult to focus on the tasks at hand? If so, you’re not alone. According to a study by the University of California, Irvine, employees are interrupted every 11 minutes, and it takes an average of 23 minutes to return to their original task. This constant disruption can lead to feelings of stress and frustration and make it difficult to achieve goals.
However, there are steps you can take to reduce chaos and improve focus.
In this blog post, we’ll look at 3 ways to get more done with less stress.
Many executives feel overwhelmed and scattered due to the constant demands of their jobs.
To succeed, you need to be able to focus on the tasks at hand. You need to reduce the internal chaos and increase your ability to get things done.
The 3 things that are most effective in reducing internal chaos and increasing your ability to get things done are exercise, meditation, and fasting.
- Exercise is a great way to reduce stress and worries, as well as increase your energy levels. It turns out exercise is actually really helpful for reducing your mental chaos too! It’s also an excellent for building self-esteem because it helps you feel better about yourself physically through sweat sessions at the gym or running on beachfronts!
You know that feeling when you’re so tired after work, but your mind is still racing with thoughts about what happened during the day? The best way to get rid of these stressful feelings for good, may be this easy-to-do task at night before bedtime: take care of self by going on short walks or doing meditation exercises. Not only does exercise help reduce stress levels naturally; it also increases energy levels which make waking up early easier in the mornings.
- Meditation is a good way to reduce stress, but it’s also about more than just relaxation. Meditation helps you examine yourself, focusing your attention so you can see what works for you and what doesn’t. It helps you discover who you are — or better yet, who you want to be, because it allows you to think about yourself in a nonjudgmental way that is not possible when you’re distracted by everything else going on around you.
If you are wondering how to meditate, there are many ways: Zen meditation. Transcendental meditation. Yoga meditation. Vipassana meditation. Chakra meditation. Qigong meditation and several more. The type isn’t as important as just doing it. Also, self-hypnosis can have a similar calming effect that meditation provides. I have a website dedicated to meditation and self-hypnosis.
- Fasting is a great way to detoxify yourself and clear up some of the internal chaos that leads to poor decisions and bad judgment. It gives your body a chance to repair itself in ways that aren’t possible when you’re busy eating all the time, and it gives your mind time away from distractions so it can find new solutions without being sidetracked by old problems and old habits.
Fasting has been linked with all sorts of health benefits, from weight loss to improved mental clarity. So, what is it about fasting that seems to be so beneficial? And is it something you should consider trying for yourself?
There are pros and cons of fasting, and you should consult your healthcare professional before going on a fast.
Among the many methods of fasting; the most common one is water fasting, which means you only drink water and no other food or drinks.
There are some drawbacks to fasting, however. You may experience side effects like fatigue, headache, nausea, or dizziness. To eliminate some of these side effects; one of the easiest ways is to limit your eating to a period of 6 – 8 hours each day so you are fasting up to 18 hours per day. The benefits of fasting are not just weight loss, but improved brain function which leads to reduced chaos and enhanced focus.
These 3 things; exercise, meditation, and fasting, are most effective in helping you reduce internal chaos and increase your ability to get things done.
“Your outer world is a reflection of your inner world”T. Harv Eker