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In this event, you’ll learn

Why selective attention is the key to high performance

The difference between your bottom-up and top-down minds

What the advantages of having ADHD are

The two types of empathy and how to build them

Why leaders must be attention directors

What happens when leaders don’t care more about those they lead than themselves

How leaders successfully navigate the larger context they live in

Why meditation can help you build meta-awareness

What optimists do better than the rest of the world

About the Author

Cleere Cherry is the owner and creator of Cleerely Stated, a successful business that started with a simple blog and turned into a full-blown gift line that can be found online and in retail stores. Well known for her easy to-relate, practical writing style, Cleere's passion is to help people recalibrate, refocus, and remember who they are in Jesus. She was born and raised in Greenville, North Carolina. A proud Tarheel alumni, she is a newlywed.

About the book “Focus”

“Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence”, first published in 2013, and written by Daniel Goleman, is a guide to mastering the rarest feature of our times: focus.

Based on scientific research, the book reveals that dominating our focus on a world where we are surrounded by distractions is the key to professional success and personal achievement.

If you want to know all the details of the book, the complete edition is available for purchase at the link below:

Main ideas of the book “Focus”

The highlights of the book are:

There are three essential focus categories for a highly functional life: inner focus, external focus, and focus on the other.

Selective attention is the ability to focus on a task, despite sensory and emotional distractions.

Emotions interfere with focus. Completing a task is more difficult when you are upset.

The attention gets stronger and sharper with use, exercise, and practice.

Every leader should focus the attention of the company where it is most needed and most productive.

Basics

Goleman starts “Focus” by presenting to us that are two types of distractions. The first one being sensorial, that comes from the perception of your senses, for example, when you notice for an instant that your tongue is touching the roof of your mouth.

And the second one is emotional, these types of distractions are more challenging, they come from the complexity of our lives, such as the loss of a friend or family member.

The author goes to say that the more you focus on one thing, the better your performance and learning are. Focusing on a goal, suppresses emotional interference, and helps you stay calm under pressure.

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