Let's look at it, life is rather blocking most often. If you're like I want to do something else, make progress on important areas of life and use more. Who would not want it?
Like most people, you probably feel stuck in your daily life. If you have a job you get up when the alarm sounds even if you want to be in bed. You get ready to go to work and then drive in traffic. Perhaps you drink a coffee cup to make you feel like you're awake. And once at work it's the same old again. When it comes time to stop for the day, return to traffic time and return home. And that's the same back home. You eat and run it down the front of the TV or the computer and while the hour is gone until time goes to sleep.
For many, this habit has become a habit. That's just what they do and they expect to keep doing it. But sometimes they want things to differ. They want something more from life.
And this is where personal growth comes into play. Personal growth allows you to enhance your vision of life and it helps you increase your ability to get new opportunities.
It's a fact that people who achieve more, who have more freedom, are really different from you. They think differently about life. They have a normal way of thinking that they are not known to you in a normal way.
These practices have been made in them. Perhaps their parents helped develop these practices. Or maybe they learned these practices along the way. But when they developed practices that promote people's growth, nothing could stop them.
Consider one of the most successful practices. It is possible to focus on problems and eliminate interference. They have developed the habit of quickly putting all arbitrary, disturbing thoughts into the background so that they can continue to focus on the current problem.
Just think about the time you spend thinking about a particular problem in your life. Your thoughts are going on and pretty soon you are thinking of something else altogether. You start thinking about your conversation and what you should have said. You might start thinking about what other tasks you need to do. And almost you have lost 15 minutes or even more. Take up all the time you spend on these random thoughts and you'll soon see that a quarter or even half of the time is totally a waste of interference.
Just imagine how much more productive you could be if you could concentrate on getting current projects. You have more time to do other fun things. Your list "to do" would decrease instead of expanding. And at work you would be recognized as a real power plant, excellent.
Developing this routine that would allow you to quickly put disruptive thoughts into the background could make a lot of difference to your life. So, start developing this habit today.