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Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence

Author: Daniel Goleman

I have read this book twice, which is a big deal because my attention span is shorter than a goldfish’s memory. It’s that good! Daniel Goleman’s “Focus” has been a great help in improving my relationships and focus.

Let’s face it, our minds are constantly overloaded, and what we call “multi-tasking” is really just a fancy way of being unproductive. But fear not, my friend, Goleman’s got your back with this book.

Here are some reasons why you should read “Focus”:

🎯 If you want to find time to decompress and be fully present, Goleman covers the importance of self-awareness.

🎯 Goleman is an academic, so he goes into brain chemistry, circuitry, and function. But don’t worry, you don’t need a Ph.D. to understand it.

🎯 The book’s overarching theme is that focus is a mental muscle, which is a powerful metaphor that stuck with me.

🎯 The book covers topics like self-awareness, reading others, and smart practice in ways that offer new and thought-provoking views.

🎯 “Focus” explains the complexity of human behavior in an engaging way and offers practical takeaways. It’s like a personal trainer for your brain!

In short, if you’re looking to improve your focus and be more productive, “Focus” is the book for you. Just don’t try to read it while checking your phone, watching TV, and cooking dinner at the same time. Trust me, I’ve tried.

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