A game-changing concept for me and for others I know, is that we get more of what we focus on.
It follows that the more we’re able to focus on what we do want in our lives, the more we’ll create the results we want in those areas ¹
These are 3 focus hacks that work wonders for me to help me focus more on what I do want –
1. Each night, I pre-set my top 3 priorities for the next day.
What’s extraordinary is that when we do this, our subconscious mind can be simmering away on these items whilst we sleep. How about giving ourselves the luxury of figuring out the next day’s priorities in advance? Many people even plan their whole week on Sunday. The dividends can be substantial.
2. I start each morning with some form of exercise. Movement helps to oxygenate our brains and spark the furnace of our metabolism, which can help our bodies process our nutrients more effectively and efficiently, including the ones we need for brain fuel.
3. I regularly tap into the power of nootropics. These are the micronutrients that our brains literally gobble up.
About 8 months ago, I started tapping into these wee heavy-lifters. As you may already know, I’m very passionate about using ones that are shown as being both clinically effective and affordable, and I’ve definitely noticed the difference for myself in terms of mental clarity. I use a specific combo that contains bacopa, green coffee extract, and American ginseng.
I love the way that this unique formula can help improve our focus whilst also supporting our neuronal health including our long-term memory retention. If you’re interested to talk more about one that has the potential to tick the boxes for you, then you’re welcome to message me.
And if these hacks speak to you, or if you know someone who might benefit, then please do share, as we never know what might help someone else.
Until I see you for this week’s #AliveWithFi, ciao for now
¹It can be tempting to dwell on the things that aren’t going our way.
However “it can hardly be overemphasized that to maximize your chances of getting what you want, it’s foolish, and futile, to dedicate your time and attention to resisting what you don’t want. On the contrary, what’s needed is to reapply your energy toward what you do want—and plan a prudent course of action to get there.” So it makes more sense to focus on what we do want.
“You Only Get More of What You Resist – Why?”
L. Seltzer, PhD. (2016)
Fi Jamieson-Folland D.O., I.N.H.C., is The LifeStyle Aligner. She’s an experienced practitioner since 1992 in Europe, Asia and New Zealand as a qualified Osteopath, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, speaker, educator, writer, certified raw vegan gluten-free chef, and Health Brand Ambassador.