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Mindful : April 2016
AD Give your smart phone a vacation Wrap your smart phone in a beach towel and put it in a drawer for an hour...or a day. You’ll both return refreshed. Need some help slowing down the pinwheel of distraction? Back-burner what’s nipping at your attention Instead of acting upon every distracting thought that pops into your head, make a list of them, promising yourself to come back to them later. When you do, you may be surprised to find how many things weren’t really worth doing in the first place. Partnering with the present moment for over 10 years. Researchers at the University of London’s Institute of Psychiatry discovered that workers involved in multi-tasking experienced a sharper drop in IQ than if they had been smoking marijuana or had stayed up all night. And the more we multi-task, the more we reinforce this habit of distraction. So if you still think multi-tasking is the best use of your time, then —wait a minute. What was the question? Mindfulness practice may not be able to make your demands less demanding, but the ability to see clearly what’s really the most important use of your attention—in any moment, and every moment—can make a huge difference. Ask us how our executive trainings can help you stop training your brain to be distracted, and start bringing focus to the bottom line. www.harvardpilgrim.org/mindfulness