1. The ability to train your attention onto a single task and address it with the whole of your brainpower.
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By Behance Team
In this Age of Distraction, being able to pay attention is a competitive advantage. Our tips on finding laser-like focus for your creative projects.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
<br>The author of <em>The 4-Hour Chef</em> on how he markets his work while keeping focused with the help of timers, old laptops, and an avoidance of public speaking.<br>
By Ariston Anderson
<br>Vague plans don’t get done. Capitalize on the natural language of your brain and be specific when setting goals.<br>
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
<br>A film about the opportunity, hardship and responsibility of creative work.<br>
By Scott Belsky
<br>11 tips for your most difficult and dreaded workday tasks from J.J. Ramberg host of <em>Your Business</em> on MSNBC and author of "<em>It's Your Business</em>."<br>
By J.J. Ramberg
<br>Pop psychology tells us we can't go wrong with positive thinking. But new studies show that taking account of our obstacles is essential to success.<br>
By Christian Jarrett
We hand-pick the web's best videos about the creative process from some of the world's most talented creative minds.
Marshall McLuhan famously said, "We shape our tools and then our tools shape us." A look at the gadgets & apps that are shaping our workflow at 99U.