I work out of my home. I’ve turned one of my spare bedrooms into a home office. It’s very convenient. I waste no time commuting to work each day. Or so you’d think.

In actuality, when I walk from my office to the kitchen, I pass through the living room.  And, every time I do, which can be 50-100 times a day, I notice my decorative zen water garden that needs more water. I notice the handle on my front door that’s slightly tilted and needs tightening. If I made a mental note and then handled it before bed, I would have a different experience on my commute to the kitchen the next morning, but I don’t, and, a little bit of my attention gets stuck on those things and is not available to me to create with.

I lose just a little bit of my attention on each incomplete item, and that’s just a fraction of the lost attention in my house. I have 10 rooms, not to mention the garage, and there are at least three things in each room that require some fixing, moving, replacing or tossing. That’s a lot of fixed (stuck) attention!

My advice to you and to myself is, “Don’t allow your attention to remain stuck and unusable.”   Free it up with Action #6 of the Ten Actions You Can Do Today To Start Taking Back Your Life.

Instructions: Make a list of all the incomplete projects you have.

Prioritize the list.

Time: 30 + minutes

Expected Result:  Recovery of attention

With the abundance of free attention you’re going to have, do something that will move you forward toward your goals, like signing up for a Free Avatar Introduction or the full Avatar Course today.

For more tips on how to take control of your life and be more productive, check out another Planet Avatar blog, “How To Break The Cycle Of Worry.” We discuss how to break out of the pattern of worries and thoughts that all of us often get stuck in from time to time. Thank you for visiting the Planet Avatar blog. Check back soon for Action #7 of the Ten Action You Can Do Today To Start Taking Back Your Life

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