Tag: Attention-span

What can we do when our mojo just disappears? Very little, it seems…

In my previous post (30th August: “Someday” is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you (part 1) – link here ), I stated that the post was a two-parter, with the follow-up expected to look at the potential root causes (and possible solutions) of yet again not getting anywhere near …

Do you listen to talk or listen to listen?

Something I’ve noticed more and more over recent years is that most people listen to talk rather than listen to listen. Confused? Let me try to explain. In any conversation, it’s vitally important to give the other person our undivided attention. To be genuinely interested in what they are saying and take in every word. …

Having a short attention span doesn’t help anxiety

I can’t recall having a short attention span as a child but I certainly have one as an adult. I actually think it’s getting worse as time passes. These days, unless I’m fully bought into what I’m doing, I find my mind races all over the place and I can never concentrate wholly on the …