Do you ever find yourself at the end of the day or a week wondering where all your time went and why your to-do list is longer than ever? This can be a draining and frustrating experience. It is challenging to be an effective, engaging and compassionate leader when you feel this way. Paying attention to your attention can help you address this situation. Attention is like a muscle - we have to use it to make it stronger and learn which approaches build it up and what wears away. In my latest article, I share strategies and mindsets that can contribute to greater attention. When your attention is focused and aligned with your values, your personal and professional relationships can thrive, you make informed choices about how to use your time and what to do next, and it is easier to manage your energy. Those seem like good reasons to think about attention for leadership and life!
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