This ancient habit will maximize your focus

The world around you has evolved much quicker than your brain has. Life's no longer about constantly having to avoid being eaten by predators or other immediate threats to your survival. Yet even in the absence of any real danger, your nervous system still triggers the acute stress response—commonly known as the fight-or-flight response—when you have a presentation, job interview, exam, or uncomfortable social situation to contend with. Being constantly fearful, worried and stressed diminishes your focus and stops you achieving your goals, says Darius Foroux. To help you overcome these obstacles, there's a simple technique Foroux shares here that will get you into a worry-free zone, improve your focus and help you take action. ​

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