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Tips for Enhancing Concentration

Focus and practice are key to productivity and accomplishment of goals. The problem is sustaining your primary focus on your important tasks. We get caught up in some odd job or an emergency comes up. Sometimes, its just our attitude of doing things that makes us lose our focus.

Here we have for you (and for us too!) some simple tips to maintain focus and get that job done!


Organize those files staring at you since the beginning of time. Clean your desk of unnecessary food receipts, tangled earphones; sort out your pen stand of other paraphernalia like a yo-yo, buttons, magnets and anything that isn't a writing instrument doesn't belong in your pen stand. De-cluttering your work/study space gives you a sense of satisfaction of having done something useful. Even under stress when you cannot think properly, you need to calm down and clear your thoughts. Similarly, before trying to focus, clean, and organize your table.

Break! Break! Break!

In chemistry, scientists are constantly trying to break down the elements and compounds into the smallest particle to understand them better. A similar strategy helps you in completing a task efficiently and without feeling burdened. A single drop forms an ocean!

Analyze your work and distribute it into small tasks and complete them one by one. While doing so, keep a track of your progress also so that you know how much you have completed and what is still left to e done in the time you have left.


Only after you have finished one of your Sisyphus tasks, give yourself some time before beginning the next one. Reward yourself with mini-treats. They could be anything: playing a favorite video game, reading a novel, watching TV, munching on your favorite snack, etc. This keeps you motivated and you get the clarity or calmness required for brainstorming for new projects.


Schedule your tasks wisely and according to your capacity. Keep some time for yourself, for interacting with your loved ones, and employ a technique that does not keep you busy but productive. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! There is no need to be a work-a-holic. With proper and realistic strategy you can work out a schedule suited as per your daily chores and accordingly keep up with it. The important thing to remember here is that do not let your work pile-up. You may think it's just a day's delay but this attitude gradually becomes counter-productive.

Discourage Distractions!

Just 5 minutes of Instagram, 5 minutes of texting, just 5 minutes of this, and 5 minutes of that. Congratulations! Your subscription for 24 hours in a day has expired. Does this seem to be your schedule lately? This 5-minute attitude leads to the loss of precious time and energy that could have been employed in other significant tasks.

Whenever you feel distracted, ask yourself if the distraction is really worth it? Are 5 minutes of social media get your tasks done? If yes, then carry on but if the answer is no then actively avoid whatever distracts you. This is a habitual practice that cannot be accomplished in a day but it with regular effort and being conscious about your activities does help in focusing more on the tasks at hand.

It is better said than done and done as soon as possible. These are just pointers to keep you focused. Every person has a unique working style, so it is best if you retrospect and do what suits you well.

It is better said than done and done as soon as possible. These are just pointers to keep you focused. Every person has a unique working style, so it is best if you retrospect and do what suits you well.

5 replies on “Tips for Enhancing Concentration”

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