We coach hundreds of candidates, and while we haven’t seen it all, we help people make big changes with little changes in perspective.
Over half of our clients come to us for help with managing distractions. Our first step is to explore what they consider to be their distractions. Not much of what’s bothering them are actual distractions. Then we focus on solutions to the real the problem.
Real distractions: death in the family, boss demanding 80 hours a week, injury or death of spouse or child, war in your town. These are serious events and you may be served by deferring your exam.
The rest? All in your head.
Here are the top 2 most common factors that people mistake for distractions and one suggestion for eliminating these fake distractions:
My friends made me do it.
I spend the hours and sit to study but I don’t focus.
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