I am focused on the task at hand.
I have an excellent ability to focus my mind and attention. Whenever I am working on a task, my mind is focused on that task.
I am immune to distractions. I am very capable of ignoring distractions and remaining in a focused state.
To make it easier on myself, I remove distractions from my environment when possible. I know the things that are most likely to distract me and avoid them. I do my most important tasks in a distraction-free location.
I know the times of day that are easiest for me to concentrate. I do the bulk of my work during these times. I do the work that requires less attention and concentration during other times of the day.
I take pride in my ability to focus.
I can accomplish more, in less time, when I can keep my attention on my work. I know that each time I lose focus, I lose time and become less efficient. So, I make my focus a priority.
My mind is at ease when I am concentrating. The lack of stray thoughts is soothing to me. I find that time flies when I focus intently. I enjoy completing one task before moving on to another. This is the most efficient way for me to work.
Today, whether I am working or playing, my attention is steadfast. I avoid distractions and thoughts that fail to serve me.
1. When is my ability to concentrate at its best? When is it at its worst?
2. What are the things that I find distracting?
3. How can I enhance my ability to concentrate and stay focused?