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Challenging Goal? Improve Focus by Engaging Your Brain

New research confirms anecdotal observations that people can easily be distracted if they want to be, and that the ability to concentrate on a task and stay disciplined is best accomplished when an individual is interested. Investigators say their findings provide evidence that one’s motivation is just as important for sustained attention to a task […]
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