Beyond Negative Thinking: Breaking The Cycle Of Depressing by Joseph T. Martorano

By Joseph T. Martorano

A useful consultant on how you can suppose greater and enhance habit via spotting and breaking styles of destructive pondering.

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The members of your audience, on the other hand, are sitting in chairs, and their minds are easily wandering. 6 ways to create mini-breaks In order to keep attention, you have to introduce some kind of change at least every 7 minutes. There are many ways to do this, and they can be small and subtle. Here are some ideas: 50 HOW TO GRAB AND HOLD PEOPLE’S ATTENTION Have a mini-break. If your session is longer than 60 minutes, you need to have some kind of break. This doesn’t have to be a long, 20-minute break.

It’s your old brain telling you to PAY ATTENTION. People have three brains, not one In Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click, I talk about the idea that we really don’t have one brain, we have three. The new brain is the conscious, reasoning, logical brain that we think we know best; the mid-brain is the part that processes emotions; and the old brain is the part that is most interested in your survival. From an evolutionary perspective, the old brain developed first. ” The old brain asks, “can I eat it?

When I am presenting, I sometimes introduce short “stretch” breaks that are anywhere from 2 to 5 minutes in length. ” I time these to fall in 20-minute intervals. 42 HOW PEOPLE THINK AND LEARN If you have activities, exercises, or interactions, plan them at 20-minute intervals. Although they are not true breaks, they allow people to assimilate the information just presented. If you are presenting for more than one hour, you probably have a break planned. Time the break so that it comes at one of these 20-minute periods.

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