10 Mighty Reasons to Exercise During Your Daily Job Search

Do you exercise regularly? Your job search might be the best time to begin this great habit. Regular exercise will... 1. Give you a serotonin rise, keeping feelings of job search depression away 2. Improve your breathing, allowing you to improve your attention span and more easily focus on your job search tasks 3. Pull you away from the above tasks at the right time, so that you don't get bogged down


How to Master Your Attention Span and Stay in Focus

Attention span of a fly? This list will help you get in the zone. Are you considering taking a sick day so that you can get some work done? Do you find your mind wandering as you scan through a spreadsheet or write a post for your blog? You're not alone. Knowing how to prevent interruptions and avoid distractions is important, but those considerations become secondary if you've mastered the art of staying in focus. Here's how to do just that.


What Everybody Ought to Know About Preventing Interruptions and Avoiding Distractions

How to get in focus fast. A 3-part series. Don't you hate it when you sit down to do something, you start getting really into it, you're perhaps even working something complicated out in your mind and then RRRING! the phone goes or BEEPOO! an email arrives or BOOWEEP! someone messages you or HEY! you're tapped on the shoulder...A few minutes later, you're finally back to what you were doing and then...and then you're thinking where was I? And those are just the interruptions you had in the past 20 minutes. Even worse is when no one gets in your way and you can concentrate except - oh look at that, I'll just check the headlines quickly - or - what time is it? I'd better call Kate/Ofer/Ming-li to see what we're doing tonight - or even, when around others - he doesn't need to yell into that phone, we don't all need to hear him.


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