How to Naturally Stay Laser Focused All
Four methods to keep your mind sharp at
home and work
Let’s face it, work is not always as exciting as you’d like it to be. Sometimes a gallon of coffee just isn’t enough, and you stare blankly at your desk waiting for
the inspiration you need to get started. I’ve been there too—and it affected my performance at work, putting my job
on the line. Lucky for us, it’s so easy to fix this that it’s a surprise everyone isn’t using these methods
|The more you stay laser focused during the day, the better your day will be, both at
and work. Use tried methods to practice laser-sharp mental focus.
Wake up the right way
Most of us slump out of bed every day, hazily take a warm
shower, eat breakfast if we have time, chug some coffee, and head to work. The best way to wake up? Get out of bed,
take some vitamin B12, play loud music, jump in a cold shower, and eat foods
high in natural sugars like fruit, honey, or maple syrup. This gets the adrenaline pumping and
naturally gets your body ready for work. If you’re up for it, doing some cardio right when you wake up also
forces your body into a state of alertness.
Natural energy boosters
That’s right, mother earth predicted we’d need the energy, so she provided some great ways of getting it—fast.
Every couple of hours take some hemp seed oil under your tongue to get the brain juices flowing. Add in some adranifil and you’re well on your way to unmatched focus that’ll get you
noticed by all the higher-ups at work. If that’s not enough, caffeine’s always a short-term solution, and I’m
sure most of us are familiar with it already.
|Laser-sharp focus can be practiced throughout your day in many ways, even during
or meditation, which builds a relaxed state of mind and motivation.
It’s a mindset
Your greatest tool is your mind, and that’s even truer with something like mental focus. You have to ask
yourself what gets you excited. For me, work is pretty boring, so it’s hard to get excited about it—but if I set an
ambitious goal with the ideal result being a promotion then it gets me through the bugbear of work. Worst case
scenario, the fake it ‘til you make it strategy is a golden tidbit that’s extremely effective. An example would be
getting yourself hyped for work, telling yourself you’re excited about it, and keeping that energy through positive
Obviously, if you’re totally sedentary all day and get home to a box of pizza and chips then of course you’re
going to feel like crap all the time. It’s a lifestyle change but exercising every day for at
least half an hour, and at least trying to eat healthy will take you far—both physically and mentally. You don’t
have to be the epitome of health for this to work either; just cut out the junk foods and go on a walk in the
morning or after work to reap the benefits of fine health.
Worst case scenario: a good slap in the face followed by a pep talk always works for me when I’m
passing out on the desk. Not the best idea when your co-workers are nearby but hell, it works pretty well.