Use brain training to work toward’s a goal
Real challenging cognitive training may help people control impulses and influence important life choices.
If more research is done, we may learn whether training can help people stick to their diets or save money, for example.
Here are suggestions for incorporating training into your lifestyle:
Make a regular brain boost schedule for training:A schedule will also help you get accustomed to sticking to larger goals.
Combine your goals:
Think of physical health and cognitive health as parts of the same equation.Many people say they like to train their brain with memory games; before or after a gym workout.There are even some brain-training cellphone game-apps available.
(for free too!
There’s going to be more of an effort, to incorporate brain training time in my schedule and this means ; I’ll be cutting out negative / time-wasting / unproductive “activities”^ from my life.
A good schedule = less stress .2 weeks ago
At first we may see things difficult but exercise and follow the proper ways and determination to reach the goal is just what we can walk until the end of the road
Preparing special tabulations show things that you should do every day
Specifying the duration of each work
Implementation of business as mentioned
Measure the length of time that the event was the
What has been accomplished?
What has not been done?
Why did not the tasks that have not been implemented?
What are the actions which took more time than necessary?
What can I do to reduce the time of the tasks?
Thus, 3 weeks ago
Learn time management to minimise the wastage. 4 weeks ago
i’ve started tracking how many hours of sleep i’m getting, what time i wake up/go to bed, etc. 2 months ago
is all about focus and difference about importante or urgent 4 months ago
So I want to see how long I actually stay working at a time, or in a “session” before breaking/wandering off task, losing focus, etc. I suppose 20 minutes is something to aspire to, but for now I’m setting for 10. I’ve noticed I go about several minutes, maybe 8, at a time, before poof, bye bye mind.
I read a suggestion to start at baseline work time and then just add one minute to that on a timer and try and go for it. Can’t hurt, I guess. Woof.
Also I realized again earlier today that I seriously either overestimate my ability to finish things in a certain amount of time, or grossly underestimate the amount of time a larger amount of tasks/larger project will take. Like, seriously both. REALLY off, too. Like… I had a large project today and thought I would be done by 11:30, and that’s with the course clear and outlined for me, not even figuring it out myself. So fairly straightforward rules there. And I still wasn’t quite finished by 5:30PM. With about 5 to 10% still to be finished.
Try, try again… 5 months ago
Yep, I think I’m going to make this into a personal challenge. It’s a bit of a fuzzy-phrased goal, ‘practice better time management’ ... how would I be able to measure that? Typically I might go with something like just how I feel about it, if I don’t want to get bogged down in technical details.
I hesitated at first at the thought of making this a personal challenge, but the timing really couldn’t be better. Almost perfect, even.
So anyway, maybe a combined approach.. some SMART goal strategy application. I know I’ll definitely need to use strategies like programmed reminders and writing down things to become aware of them. Checklists for routines.
Hey can you tell I’ve tried this once or twice before? :D 5 months ago