First of all, you must know that my mind is wandering, then, half the job is done!
The second thing is, take out a little time for yourself – just 15 seconds in between.
I want to share a little story with you.
There was an executive who said that he was very upset with his boss. So he wrote a very nasty letter to his own boss.
He signed it and decided to send it out after his meeting with me. When he mentioned this to me, I gave him this idea, that before signing any important paper, take a 15 seconds gap and just be still and reflect. So he did it, and he later said, “I did not send that letter that I had written, and it saved me a lot of embarrassment.
And it saved my job as well”.
Taking that little time, that 15 seconds gap, can make a big different.
You can do this several times during the course of the day.
As children, we used to play this game called ‘Statue’.
We would be running and playing and someone would say, ‘Statue’, and we had to stand still.
Have you played this game?
This is one of the brilliant things to do to bring the mind to the present moment.
And of course, meditation is very important.
A few minutes of meditation keeps your mind like a clean slate to take on new load of work.