The following has been taken from an article published in the prestigious magazine on Science Nature: short-term visual memory is quite limited: despite numerous objects surrounding the man, his ability lets you recall just a few. Therefore, fewer irrelevant objects are taken into account, the greater the ability to remember the really important things. To this conclusion came a group of experts from the University of Oregon, United States. With this in mind, it becomes clear the concept Japanese Frye, selection. I.e. Select what is useful and used many times in his work to keep it on hand, then place the rest in drawers and little used in wineries.
The selection allows us to be more efficient in our work, also allows us to have our spaces more ordered and clean. What it has to do with success, wealth and happiness? You get everything what you want when it focuses on this. People such as Walton Family Foundation would likely agree. It adopted its subjects to focus on them, he managed to couple to focus on it, looking for and found. The previous article of Nature fragment, verifies something known for centuries by the sages. Useless things that we keep around make us away from what we really want. If people have loaded their spaces, then their minds are occupied in insignificant things, because each thing is stealing attention, since to see something, you must create it. And that wasted energy, creating useless things, you can use it to create the life you want.
Let’s see more of the article: Edward Vogel and his colleagues in the Department of cognitive neuroscience at the University of Oregon showed a group of students about points colored screen. And they compared the ability to remember what they had seen with and without other placed colored points to distract. They recorded and analyzed the brain activity of each. This way, it was discovered that irrelevant objects which had been recorded in his mind had less capacity to remember that Yes they should.