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How to cope with Psychological Distractions

Don't stay there and stupor get busy and I guarantee you you'll feel better.


In this post, Coach Lyman (#stayfocused) will share some practical tips and strategies to help you overcome psychological distractions, and why... it is essential to be focused-driven in your life, business, and relationships. The strategies explained in this post will help you grow your business and relationships as they did for my coaching clients; check out client testimonials for examples.

Why Another Blog?

My goal is to solve one major problem that most coaches and entrepreneurs struggle with- a lack of focus, due to distractions, which causes procrastination, which most blogs tend to gloss over or only give partial truths unless you enroll in their "high ticket" coaching program. Not here...

This blog will give you the best strategies that I share with my coaching clients that have helped them to get laser-focused, productive, and profitable in their businesses, personal life, and relationships. Subscribe to Your Focused Driven Day podcast by clicking here Connect with me by visiting

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Now, you see the other day we talked about why people are DISTRACTED? Remember that too many died blaahh blaah options. Let me say it again too many gaaah bliii bliii bliiip OPTIONS. TOO MANY OPTIONS no other options down. Today I want to talk about one of the biggest distractions that I see people dealing with and the psychological distractions. In other words your head is not in the game. How many of you let me know if you agree with this how many of you maybe play sports or maybe you hear someone say hello get your head back in the game oh oh yeah.

See the reason that people deal with psychological distractions it's because maybe I don't know you got some bad news, you found out your favorite puppy, favorite dog there's about 100 years old then croaked. Don't send me hate letters I love dogs I'm more of a cat lover but I like dogs, had a German Shepherd loved dogs so I'm not hitting against pets so keep your hate letter. No just send your hate letters, I like hate letters. And maybe you got some bad news that someone is sick or a loved one is passed on and you got to go to work.

What do you do? You go into the workplace or maybe into school and you're like thinking about man so on so it was a good friend or family member and you're trying to work or study but there's something in your mind you're thinking about that loved one that's either sick or maybe have passed on and you're saying man how can I, I don't want to be reminiscing and act as if I'm not hurting because I've suffered a loss. But coach Lyman, how do I deal with the psychological distractions that allows me to go to work be productive and yet still deal with the issue of loss? I want to give you three strategies that will help you.

3 Strategies on How to with Deal Psychological Distractions