Skill 1 – Focus and Self Control. Cognitive Flexibility: is at work when you understand a problem from your own and another’s differing points of view (perspective) – being able to flexibly switch perspectives or the focus of attention, and flexibly adjust to changed demands or priorities.
Jun 14, 2017
Chapter 1 – Focus and Self Control. FOCUS: is being able to position attention in the right direction to achieve what one wants to achieve – being able to concentrate – for long periods of time – ignore distractions.
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