Have you noticed in restaurants people don’t talk much anymore? Everyone is on their phone. I’m not saying this is a good or bad thing, but people don’t have attention anymore on what’s around them. They sit at dinner with a friend to look on Facebook to see what their other friends are doing.
With all the information and entertainment we want and need at the tip of our fingers, people just don’t have long attention spans anymore. If you can’t get someone’s attention in about 8 seconds, they will lose focus on you. While it takes work to get someone’s attention, I want to tell you today that it also takes work to keep your attention on what matters most. You can make a big important goal and instead of working on it, find yourself distracted by things on your phone. Remaining focused in a noisy world is a skill that must be developed…
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