In this Episode:
When I was younger I spent much time daydreaming. In school, in church, while watching television, when mom and dad were talking. I was constantly distracted by my thoughts. Needless to say I was not a good student. So while pursuing my master’s degree I genuinely wanted to do my best. I consulted a psychiatrist who, after a long series of tests, diagnosed me with Attention Deficit Disorder. Aptly so, since I was so easily distracted I could not finish reading one sentence without my mind carrying me off to whatever it got distracted by.
- Our attention is a resource, just like time and money that must be carefully managed.
- We live in a world with constant distractions, but we are not without power over our attention and what we choose to concentrate on.
- I believe all of us can cure ourselves of an unfocused attention when we choose to master a mind with a mind of its own by becoming the ever watchful gatekeeper of our thoughts and attention.
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