Being busy VS being focussed
Por: Dr. Roch, El 6 junio, 2023
Being focused and being busy are two different behaviors, although they can be related.
Being focused refers to the ability to concentrate on a specific task or activity, blocking out other distractions and maintaining attention on the given goal. This ability resides in the Thymus. The mind is scattered, but the Thymus is focused. Your will decides where to direct your attention.
When you are focused, you are fully immersed in what you are doing and able to give your full attention to that task. Time flies because the Thymus is eternal. The clock disappears. Hours pass without you even realizing, and you don’t get tired.
On the other hand, being busy simply means having many tasks or responsibilities to work on.
You can be busy without necessarily being focused on what you are doing.
In fact, sometimes when you have a lot to do, it’s difficult to maintain focus on a single task.
In summary, being focused involves deep concentration on a specific task, while being busy only means having many things to do.
Although both situations can coexist, it is possible to be focused and not be busy, or to be busy and not be focused.
Stop believing that you are multitasking; the brain doesn’t have that ability. When you think you can do multiple things at once, you are simply dividing the power of your attention among many poorly executed tasks.
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