The Importance of Concentration and How to Master It

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Your ability to concentrate on one task and do it to the best of your ability, until it is complete, is probably the most important trait that you could ever master.

I’ve struggled with this massively over the years.

As a budding entrepreneur like yourself I find myself self drawn to a number of different opportunities. Shiny object syndrome is what they call it. I used to bounce like a magpie from one shiny object to another never concentrating on one thing long enough to give it change to work out.

If you are naturally a timid person(not timid but definitely introverted) then you will tend to be erratic in your habits. You will shift constantly from one thing to another, accomplishing nothing, worth anything.

And It literally could be anything. Say it’s a book you’re reading…You turn the pages impatiently, skim lightly over the most important parts, impatiently wanting to learn the conclusion and then cast the book aside.

A new business venture? You get can’t wait to get started and enter in to it enthusiastically, but at the first sign of difficulty lose heart and give up. Every change you make causes a loss of time and energy, so that your are always going but never arriving.

Does that sound like someone you know??

This has been a massive realisation and wake up moment for me. I know for a fact that if I had truly focused on just one of the many activities I have started and dived in to head first over the years, I’m sure i would be quite a lot better off by now.

NOW is the time for change…no looking back, only forward. You can’t edit the past but you can write the future

We all make our own worlds.

To develop concentration you must think and do only one thing at a time. Concentration is the art of continuous and intense application to a task.

The very short and admirable Napoleon once said, “Every moment lost…gives an opportunity for misfortune. The building of a self-confident person requires effort, self-sacrifice, and singleness of purpose.”

Napoleon regarded his greatest victories as his ability to concentrate his forces on a single point in the enemy.

It is not quantity but quality of work that differentiates one man from another. One thing well and thoroughly done is better than any amount of careless work.

Make sure what ever it is you are working on at the moment whether you are at the beginning, middle or nearing the end of whatever it is….make sure you are giving it your full undiluted attention. You owe it to yourself!

I’m currently working on a short e-book going in to a bit more detail on the traits I believe everyone needs to develop in order to become successful.

Keep an eye out for it as I’ll be giving it out for free as a Thank You for visiting and bothering to read my blog!

 

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  81. I have been told that another member of the shithouse – who was in the news in Wales last week – is one Jane Tranter, Executive Vice-President of programming and production at BBC Worldwide’s LA base since Jan 2009. Between 2006-08 Jane was BBC controller of fiction. This is not as innocuous as it sounds. In that capacity, Jane oversaw all BBC output regarding drama and comedy, as well as films and programmes from overseas, across all TV channels. There was aggro about Jane being appointed to this position, a number of people believing that this left far too much power in the hands of one person. After Jane left for BBC Worldwide, her previous position was split between four different executives. Jane joined the BBC in 1985, but left to work for Carlton between 1992-97. David Cameron took a little break from politics in the 90s – he worked at Carlton! Jane had a partner in crime when she was virtually single handedly running the BBC – Peter Salmon, the Chief Creative Officer. Salmon was already a big hitter at the BBC – he was the former Chief Exec of Question Time producer The Television Corporation, the former controller of BBC1 and had held senior roles at Granada and Channel 4. In 2015 Jane established a production company based in Cardiff and LA, Bad Wolf.Now I don’t know why I have been reassured that Jane is a member of the shithouse, but I have noticed that Jane shares a surname with Top Doctor and paedophiles’ friend Richard Tranter. Jane is also the right age to be a sibling of Tranter’s and she comes from Oxford. Tranter went to Oxford to read medicine, worked there and his wife has worked at Oxford as well. One reason why so little of what Top Doctors get up to makes its way into the media is that many Top Doctors have friends, relatives or patients with media connections, or work in the media themselves. Robert Bluglass’s daughter Amanda worked at the BBC. Lord Robert Winston is a media luvvy – Winston certainly knows how much wrongdoing there is in the London hospitals. I’m not convinced that he was ever involved himself, but he definitely knew people who were.I mentioned on the blog that in about 2008-09 I was approached by a woman who had BBC connections who wanted to make a documentary about what had happened to me in north Wales. She saw the documentary evidence of the Top Doctors’ criminal activities and filming was planned. The day before, she rang me up and asked me to name a public figure in Wales whom I knew for a fact was hated by the paedophiles’ friends and was being targeted by them. I told her that this person had not been involved in any of the wrongdoing at all. She told me that if I changed my mind about naming him, filming would go ahead. I told her that I would not be naming him. I did not hear from this journo again. I suspected at the time that this woman might have been something to do with Amanda Bluglass. But I didn’t know of the existence of Jane Tranter then. At the time that I was in contact with this TV journo, Richard Tranter was working at the Hergest Unit. He was also my consultant – but was somehow never able to come up with helpful support. He prescribed a combination of tablets which were neurotoxic and could have killed me if I’d taken them. On one occasion he became very irate with me and told me that he knew that I was telling someone in Bangor University what had happened to me at the hands of the mental health services and demanded to know who it was. On another occasion, when Martin Jones tried to have me arrested – YET AGAIN – and framed, Tranter did not mention a word about it on my medical records but stated that I was stressed because I was being bullied at work. (I was never bullied in the workplace at Bangor – both the professors whom I worked with were great, as was my PhD supervisor.) As the Hergest sank deeper and deeper, Tranter suddenly emigrated to New Zealand. What if Jane was, say, Tranter’s sister? We know that the BBC was concealing sexual abuse linked to paedophile activity in the NHS in a very direct way through covering up for Savile. It only became public after Savile died in about 2012. Jane had beavered away at the BBC for yrs. She would of course have known about Savile along with all the rest of them. Richard Tranter first made an appearance at the Hergest Unit sometime in the mid 90s. At the time that Waterhouse was kicking off and it looked as though things might explode. Jane was at that time at Carlton – along with Cameron. Jane then returned to the BBC in the year that Blair was elected. Within three years she had acquired huge influence and by 2003 she was responsible for a budget of £324 million. In 2006 she was virtually running the place. (Jane had started work at the BBC as a secretary.) By 2006 Brown and I had started appearing in the lay press talking about abuses in the north Wales mental health services and had also published something about it academically. And then there was an attempt to set me up and drop someone whom the paedophiles loathed in it…If anyone has any info about any links between Jane and the deceitful Richard, please do let me know. After all Richard was pumping Catherine Robinson, a colleague of mine at Bangor, for info about my publishing plans. Whilst Robinson pumped me to see how much I could remember about the wrongdoing of the mental health services and the names of folk who worked at the North Wales Hospital Denbigh. (Catherine Robinson had worked at Denbigh for a short while, witnessed much malpractice but kept quiet.) Then Tranter and Robinson published a book together!I suspect that it was the connections between the Obs and Gynae Dept at St Georges and media/celebs which kept their wrongdoing out of the public domain. The Professor of that dept had a famous private patient, one of the biggest names in light entertainment of the 80s and 90s – she had no idea of what was actually happening at St Georges, all she saw was a load of Top Doctors toadying to her. She was on very good terms with that prof, she even mentioned his name in media interviews. This celeb was also a very well known supporter of the Tories and a fan of Thatcher. The prof had another celeb connection as well – his son was one of the people involved with Wayne Hemingway’s fashion empire Red or Dead. I’m sorry to keep labouring the point – but St Georges were concealing the Westminster Paedophile Ring. Time to make police statements everyone…

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