Apparently, it’s not your fault if you suddenly lose interest or focus on your schoolwork or… work in general. According to writer and journalist Johann Hari, our attention fraying is part of a systemic crisis that is happening to all of us. Hari further explains that an average college student spends 65 seconds on each task while an average office worker spends just three minutes.
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We should not blame ourselves for the lack of focus, Hari claimed. This problem requires systemic solutions. Hari shared five key insights from his new book, Stolen Focus: Why You Can’t Pay Attention—and How to Think Deeply Again. Check the full piece here to learn how to regain back your focus and attention!
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