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  1. #1 Concentration 
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    How does one increase his ability to concentrate. Are there activities one must invariably engage to increase his power to concentrate

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    I believe it is how you process the information. If you actively invest effort into manipulating the information as opposed to merely memorizing it then, you are concentrating. The word 'concentration' itself seems as though it would be so variant. It's one of those things that everyone intuitively knows what it means and, I think, that could lead to confusion as to how to achieve it.

    So, to answer your question, in trying to improve concentration I would always be in constant dialogue with the information being presented. Make it make sense to you. Also, realize your limitations; there has been recent research in glycogen that indicates a quantity of self-control.

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    Hmm? What were you saying?

    Sorry, couldn't resist
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