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141/365 The sum of what you focus on

141/365 The sum of what you focus on

our life—who you are, what you think, feel, and do, what you love—is the sum of what you focus on. From Rapt: Attention and the Focused Life, by Winifred Gallagher

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140/365 The ability to frame your field of awareness

140/365 The ability to frame your field of awareness

As she continues her research, Jha finds that her definition of attention keeps evolving and expanding. “It’s a tool that can be used in many ways, and not just for selecting between relevant and irrelevant information. Where I’d like to go is to regard attention as ‘the ability to frame your field of awareness in the way that will be …

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139/365 Focus management

139/365 Focus management

As she continues her research, Jha finds that her definition of attention keeps evolving and expanding. “It’s a tool that can be used in many ways, and not just for selecting between relevant and irrelevant information. Where I’d like to go is to regard attention as ‘the ability to frame your field of awareness in the way that will be …

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138/365 Happiness, a reflection of flow

138/365 Happiness, a reflection of flow

Happiness is a later reflection of the flow, rather than the result of the experience at the time From Rapt: Attention and the Focused Life, by Winifred Gallagher

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137/365 By pleasure or pain, glory or disrepute

137/365 By pleasure or pain, glory or disrepute

Decide that you are an adult, and you are going to devote the rest of your life to making progress. Stick closely to what is best. If you are distracted by pleasure or pain, glory or disrepute, realize that the time is now. The game has started and waiting any further is not an option. Win or lose will be …

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136/365 New, grander dreams for ourselves

136/365 New, grander dreams for ourselves

Most of us are “living the dream”—living, that is, the dream we once had for ourselves. We might be married to the person we once dreamed of marrying, have the children and job we once dreamed of having, and own the car we once dreamed of buying. But thanks to hedonic adaptation, as soon as we find ourselves living the …

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135/365 The dream we once had for ourselves

135/365 The dream we once had for ourselves

Most of us are “living the dream”—living, that is, the dream we once had for ourselves. We might be married to the person we once dreamed of marrying, have the children and job we once dreamed of having, and own the car we once dreamed of buying. But thanks to hedonic adaptation, as soon as we find ourselves living the …

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