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Deborah Ferrari Presents 5 Habits of Present-Minded People


To be successful in your life, you need to change your habits. There are some habits which you must adapt to have brilliant presence of mind and successful life. Deborah Ferrari shares 5 such habit with you. Let's have a look. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Deborah Ferrari Presents 5 Habits of Present-Minded People

5 Habits of Present-Minded People Presented
by Deborah Ferrari
A Grounding Morning Routine
The first part of the day set the pathway for
your attention to follow for the rest of the day.
If you start your day scrolling through your cell
phone, mentally running through your to do list
and rehearsing conversations that may (but
probably won't) happen, then it is likely you'll
continue your day with a busy mind. Instead try
easing into your day.
Deborah Ferrari
Doing One Thing at a Time
A couple of decades ago multitasking was
encouraged. But then the science caught up and
showed that this much loved practice had a
downside. Multitasking reduces productivity and
damages your brain
Deborah Ferrari
Enjoying Idle Moments
Idle has been given a bad rap. But the term
doesn't mean lazy. It simply means to rest. Idle
time is not wasted time. Attention needs space to
rest, recover and reorient itself. When you're
waiting in line, waiting for a friend, or waiting
for the light to change, resist the temptation to
check your messages
Deborah Ferrari
Exercising Impulse Control With Technology
The dominant senses that distract your attention
are sight and sound and mobile technology plays
on both. If your day is filled with constant
interruptions consider another way. The art of
paying attention is the art of wise choices. When
email and message alerts intrude, see them as a
chance to give your impulse control some exercise.
Deborah Ferrari
Connecting Regularly With Nature
Fresh air, the sun on your face and the deep
green of tree leaves. Nature has a way of
awakening your senses and forcing you out of your
own head. Instead of deferring natural pleasures
to the weekend, think about how you can
incorporate connecting with a slice of nature
each and every day. Even five minutes can give
you the invigoration you need.
Deborah Ferrari
Deborah Ferrari