I know. I know. I can feel it. When I ask my clients to incorporate meditation into their day, even though they aren't physically doing it I can feel their eyes rolling at "one more thing to do." And initially it is. But the fact, now seen through so much neuroscience research, is that as you meditate daily, you improve brain function. All the floundering you do in a day due to overwhelm, distraction, stress and confusion can be defused with a twelve minute daily meditation practice. No, it is not all better in a single day but with dedicated practice you will begin to see a difference in two to three weeks and it just gets better from there. In my FaSR Program I use hypnosis along with the meditation to make positive changes in brain patterns but you can make significant improvements in focus on your own with just the meditation. So, while it seems like another thing to do initially, it will save you time and frustration once you get the practice going.
When you are able to focus and have eliminated distractions and overwhelm, you are much more productive and relaxed and life takes on a more positive energy. It's great to have a personal coach in these practices and I love to be just that for my clients. I believe I add my own energy to their work and it can give them a real boost, but again, you can do this on your own. There are many articles on the Internet about how to meditate. Don't get bogged down with getting it all right from day one. It is an art and you become better at it with each sitting. Meditation does not need to be a spiritual practice. That is purely up to you. It is always a brain exercise and the pathways of the brain become stronger with repeated practice.
Take twelve minutes a day and save yourself hours of distraction and frustration.