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Have you ever found yourself sitting in class or at a meeting and all of a sudden you notice that your mind has drifted off Then notice that you do not have the slightest idea of what the speaker is talking about For some people it can be very hard to concentrate for a long time but with some effort and a change of attitude you can learn to increase your capacity to concentrate You need to motives to pay attention Just like an athlete has a motive to win you too must set a motive to why you need to concentrate The book Study Is Hard Work states Its the students responsibility to be interested Knowledge is the key to understand the world that surrounds us When you know more you will learn more You might not remember everything you learn in school but at least this will help you cultivate the capacity that you need to concentrate Mental discipline and the power to concentrate will help you though out your life Some students complain that even that teachers lack interest Some teachers just stand at the front of the classroom say something and give you homework If they do not show importance to the material we dont see the necessity to pay attention Is attending class then a waist of time Not necessarily because you go there to learn It could be that some teachers are trapped in an addictive cycle or bad habit If the students do not show any interest in the class the teacher might think that no one wants to learn and they dont put any energy into what they are teaching Its true that for many people its hard to pay attention during class but before you let your mind drift off ask yourself Does the teacher know what he or she is talking about If that is the case try to learn something about
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