Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Concentration is the mind’s ability to focus its attention on a single thought, idea, or action. It involves directing attention to what is relevant in the present moment and excluding everything else.
#2 The most important benefit of concentration is safety. It is essential to preventing life-threatening mistakes. If you are struggling to make positive changes, it is likely because you lack the ability to hold attention long enough to realize those changes.
#3 You don’t need to learn to concentrate, but instead, take conscious control of your inborn ability. You choose which activities to get so caught up in that you lose track of time.
#4 Humans have many drives. Anything that has the potential to fulfill one of these drives will draw our attention. For example, if the drive is financial success, you’ll be inclined to pay attention to conversations about investing.