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M your screen and manage daily distractionsMake small yet impactful changes and bring focus to the things and people that are most important to you. Enjoyed this one

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The Art of Noticing

Notice and notice joy in the everydayDistracted Overwhelmed Feel like your attention is constantly being pulled in different directions Learn how t. This might be a useful book for teachers to use with students who need to hone their observational or mindfulness skills Art students perhaps For the rest of us there are some good ideas but I didn t find anything particularly original Take time to smell the flowers listen to birdsong absorb your surroundings All good advice if not groundbreakingWith thanks to NetGalley and Penguin Random House Ebury Press for a review copy

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O steal it backAccessible and inspiring this book features 131 surprising and innovative exercises to help you tune out white noise get unstuck fro. This was a delightful as well as educating read focusing on the concepts of attention and concentration The writer Rob Walker offers 131 concentrationobservation examples or as Walker puts it 131 opportunities for joyous exploration in all its dimensions that one can practice in his everyday life He writes Paying attention is the only thing that guarantees insight it is the only weapon we have against powerApart from that there is an interesting introduction where Walker analyzes the notion of paying attention and its vital importance for human beings There is a number of references on other academics or not writers whose work on the subject help the readers to understand what is the point of the art of noticingOne can see The Art of Noticing as a useful guide for all who wish to take another step in the direction of mindfulness and enhancing conscientiousness Some of the concentration exercises or thought experiments as Walker defines them are really challenging and intriguing Personally I can t wait to follow some of the most stimulating ones and I firmly believe that they will prove to be truly helpful The number one enemy for a keen observer is distraction which can take many forms especially today in an age where the subject is exposed to an overwhelming amount of information through the web and mass media If you are zealous supporter of self improvement and you are interested on new ways of strengthening your mind this is definitely the most pertinent book which further offers many references for those who are fascinated and want to delve deeper into the subject Finally I would like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for providing a free ARC of this title


10 thoughts on “The Art of Noticing

  1. says:

    This is uite an interesting read though am not sure if I will do the exercises as I'm uite lazy that way There are 131 exercises designed to get us to notice of what's going on round about us and get our noses out of the moderne technology we have at our fingertips today I would like to thank NetGalley Penguin Random House UK Ebury Publishing and the author Rob Walker for my ARC in exchange for an honest review

  2. says:

    This might be a useful book for teachers to use with students who need to hone their observational or mindfulness skills Art student

  3. says:

    The Art of Noticing is essentially another mindfulness reference guide but it approaches how we become mindful in relativ

  4. says:

    This was a delightful as well as educating read focusing on the concepts of attention and concentration The writer Rob Walker offers 131 concentrationobservation examples or as Walker puts it 131 opportunities for joyous exploration in all its dimensions that one can practice in his everyday life He writes Paying attention is the o

  5. says:

    It's a bit of a strange thing to write a review before I've read every word of a book but in this case I think that it's okay I think that it's okay because this book is so practical that you'll probably put it down almos

  6. says:

    In this hi tech smart phone world it's easy to not notice things around us To look but not actually see This book is a collection of 131 ways

  7. says:

    What is art but a way of seeing? John Berger tells usTo make art then we need to see freshly in different waysThis book is all abou

  8. says:

    So the uestion is are those 131 exercises really surprising and innovative? Can I envisage myself taking part in a

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    Enjoyed this one

  10. says:

    Definitely not for me I’m not sure how this made it on my “to read” list but maybe it is Suam related I disliked it but recognize that I’m probably not the intended audience hence the three stars If this