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Максимальная концентрация. Как сохранить эффективность в эпоху клипового мышления

3.96  ·  Rating details ·  350 ratings  ·  38 reviews
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Книга научит концентрироваться, справляться с отвлекающими факторами и более грамотно распределять время. А также избавит от стресса, связанного с цейтнотом. Умение полностью сосредоточиваться на текущей задаче — серьезный вызов в современном мире с его мобильными телефонами, социальными сетями и другими отвлекающими факторами. Мы даже не зам
Paperback, 336 pages
Published 2014 by Манн, Иванов и Фербер (first published 2007)
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Apr 20, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Have you ever had trouble focusing on your work? Of course you have, you're only human. Well, here are the solutions proposed by this book:

* Just tell yourself to focus.
* If you can't remember to tell yourself to focus, try writing it down on a card that you can carry around in your pocket.
* Buy one of those page per day calendars with jokes or cute kittens on them, so you always know what day it is.

That's about the depth of this book. I read it so you don't have to, you can thank me later. In f
Armine Mamikonian
Apr 24, 2016 rated it liked it
Книжку прочитала еще в марте, пишу обзор в апреле - для меня было важно какие мысли из книги я смогу использовать по жизни.
Мысли из книги "Максимальная концентрация", которые я забрала себе:
1) Вопрос "Что я не делаю?" себе - оказался очень полезным, когда мне тяжело сконцентрироваться и заняться делом, я часто задаю этот вопрос и это восстанавливает силы,
2) Сконцентрироваться только на том, что можешь контролировать,
3) Отдых, переключение внимание на короткое время, медитация)
4) Мысль о том
Ispirian Hovhannes
Jul 27, 2015 rated it liked it
Хорошее дополнение к книге Михайа Чиксентмихайи "Поток". Посвящена она проблемам внимания, которые в наше цифровое время касаются почти каждого, ибо как говорят многие умные книги, управление вниманием определяет качество жизни. Я с ними согласен.

Итак, книга поделена на три части.
В начале дается определение перевернутой параболы концентрации, описывающей взаимосвязь между возбуждением и вниманием. В зоне концентрации мы находимся в расслаблено-сосредоточенном состоянии, когда разум сосредоточен
Dec 24, 2007 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Probably I didn't give this book a chance but it's way too dense and wordy for the folks that need it - those who can't focus.
Chris Edie
For many people, myself included, staying focused on the task at hand amidst a myriad of distractions is a bit like trying to catch a unicorn. Find your Focus Zone dose a great job of breaking down the reasons behind distraction, and the thought processes to overcome them.

There is something very comforting to know you are not the only one fighting through the issues that in your head seem unique and debilitating and the examples in the book do just that. Comfort and acceptance of the issue is j
Ibrahim Niftiyev
Actually, I was building great expectations towards this book as I am a person who really has enormous focus problems. I thought that this book can somehow be helpful and some reviews motivated me to read it. So, sometimes you have to not build big hopes towards a book. In my case, it was exactly like this. I read the book and can't give a score above 2 stars. The main reason is that this book was lying from the very beginning. It made great promises that can give effective strategies to overcom ...more
Yuliya Yurchuk
Jul 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Чудова книжка про увагу. З дієвими методами і стратегіями, як боротися з відволіканнями, тривогами і страхами, які не дають нам концентруватися.
Jan 12, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is an excellent book for anyone who has a hard time concentrating, or has problems with procrastination, fear of failure, etc. While I found it's explanations of behavior studies, the brain and techniques interesting, it didn't hold my interest long because, through various experiences I've had so far, I managed to learn most of the information in this book on my own. I would recommend it, however, to anyone struggling with focus, getting into "the zone", avoidance, fear, procrastination, e ...more
Elaine Nelson
Yes, it's self-help. And yes, it was helpful. A lot of good tips for getting out of the doldrums and/or ratcheting down from crazy.
May 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Immensely practical.
Oct 31, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Я начинала читать эту книгу в тот момент, когда мне нужно было осознать своё состояние, найти оптимум для принятия решения, только прочитав часть введения я переключилась на другую книгу, решив, что здесь мало интересного, на самом деле зря. Только чуть позже перейдя от введения к основной части, я поняла, что со мной происходило, что уровень возбуждения был повышен избыточно и это мешало думать. Как раз после введения рассказывается о важности оптимума нервно-психической активации и способах до ...more
Jun 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm very glad that I've reread this book. It's a wonderful guide to attention management. The author writes in clear and simple language. Disadvantages of the book are an absence of memorizable illustrations. Sometimes it is difficult to find out where one sub-sub...-sub paragraph and the next one starts. Nevertheless, I'm working on applying the advice from the book in my life and I'm sure the book is worth to be reread one more time.
May 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: dev
Все чётко и по полочкам. расписаны стратегии и индивидуальные ходы. рекомендую к тщательному изучению.
Oct 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Good book for IT savy people.
Feb 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
solid information--very practical tips and techniques--for both kids and adults, a little dated in sections (PDAs??) but still highly relevant today. i like the adrenaline self-rating tip to see where on the peak/focused/flow zone you are...
Aug 05, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: self-improvement
Encontrei este livro meio perdido numa feira do livro (supermercado). O seu tema chamou-me à atenção porque andava numa fase em que não tinha tempo para nada e em que a minha gestão de tempo era posta à prova.

A autora é uma psicóloga perita na área da atenção com trinta anos de experiência. O livro está muito organizado, em temas, capítulos, tópicos, pontos-chave, etc. O conteúdo é muito bom: contém muita (demais?) informação, muitas dicas práticas e úteis e ainda vários exemplos de casos da vid
Mar 31, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: psychology
Contains very helpful tips and information on how to remain more focused on your work, and in your life. The author helpfully brings in other psychology concepts such a flow, the inverted U curve, thought substitution, rescripting, observer self, and more. Included are techniques to conquer common problems such as fear, procrastination, over stimulation (too intense), under stimulation (being bored, and also procrastinating), anxiety, and many others. Overall, it was a very balanced read with lo ...more
Igor Zimensky
Jan 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2016-reads
Книга предполагает активное применение предложенных техник по улучшению концентрации, но даже в "пассивном режиме" осмысления можно узнать интересные факты о причинах рассеянности, стресса и невнимательности в цифровую эпоху. И чаще всего причины кроются в нашей психологии и растут прямиком из нашего детства. Кстати, о детстве: автор также затрагивает некоторые проблемы детской психологии — последняя глава будет очень полезна молодым родителям.
Не понравилось то, что довольно интересное повествов
Dmitry Demidov
Nov 12, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Хорошая популярная книга по психологии сегодня редкость. В основном - вода и ни крупицы того, чего бы я не знал. И непонятно в какое место свое жизни это все вставить.

Эта книга приятно удивила. Основное ее достоинство - она помогает осознать проблему отстуствия концентрации на работе, дома и везде.
Кроме этого, автор (психолог со стажем) предлагает целый набор стратегий для решения этой проблемы и различных ее следствий.

Каждая стратегия не только ценна сама по себе, но и представляет собой наб
Alex Sherin
Feb 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Must read для каждого, кто так или иначе интересуется вопросами личной эффективности и развития. Отлично написана, легко читается. Но самое главное, что книга представляет цельную практичную систему, состояющую из внушительного набора 8 стратегий и 21 техник, по развития навыка самоконтроля и концентрации в любых ситуациях.

1-й навык по Стивену Кови - проактивность - это способность выбрать собственную реакцию на внешний раздражитель. Люси Палладино дает в руки практический метод овладения этим н
Sasha Chewohin
Если бы Сеченов и Павлов жили сегодня, они бы заработали миллионы на Мэдисон-авеню. Никто так тщательно не изучает ориентировочный рефлекс, как крупные рекламщики. Сделать так, чтобы этот рефлекс сработал, – большая победа многомиллиардной рекламной индустрии.

Затем, слыша только свой родной язык, он теряет способность обрабатывать звуки, которые ему не нужны. Это естественное сокращение неиспользуемых нейронов называется нейрональным прунингом.
Jan 25, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: attention
Was easy to read and offered a couple of ideas that I may have heard before but never seen elaborated on in depth like the inverted U as a guide for attention. Good attention involves lots of good habits and we can always improve our attention. The book might have been a little bit too long, but I did not find myself bored and the writing style was engaging, will probably read again.
Susan Howard
Sep 24, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Time for update

The tips and information is highly useful. However the book predates smartphones,e-readers, and tablets. It would be interesting to get author's perspective on these things and more.
Laura Lynch
This book describes the distraction filled age that we live in with effective strategies to managing tasks and time. Many of the ideas presented I have read in other books but suggestions are sensible and well organized.
Lisa "RawEssence"
I am only on the third chapter and so far, I find this book informative, interesting, helpful and extremely revealing.-- I usually read 3 or more books at one time, (which is one of the reasons I need this book (smile), but, I'm going to lay the others to the side to finish this one.!
Lynn Dee
Dec 31, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: for-library
Great book! The author does a great job of explaining why your attention gets distracted and how to refocus.
Dmitry Demidov
Feb 12, 2016 rated it liked it
Как и собирался - перечитал еще раз. В этот раз показалась менее полезной, но достойной конспекта. Чем и займусь в ближайшее время.
Nov 05, 2007 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Feb 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great for handling procrastination, analysis paralysis, improving productivity, and the biggest time waster of all - multitasking
Dec 19, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: development
Formulaic and bloated (as expected), and she tries to put forward her own awkward constructs--seemingly in the hope that they will catch up and make her the next Getting Things Done or whatever...
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