Have you ever sat in class or at your desk at work and had your mind drift aimlessly after a couple of minutes? Have you ever had an answer to a question, but couldn’t recall the answer? Are there times when you feel you have the answer to a question, but you can’t remember what it is?
Many of us have been in these situations daily. The great news is that you can improve your focus, increase your concentration, increase your recall, increase and improve your long term memory, and increase your ability to truly listen rather than simply hear. Whether you’re a student in school or an adult in the workforce, we can all benefit greatly from learning how to activate our focus skills.
Join us at Hawai‘i Community College – Pālamanui and the University Center, West Hawai‘i as we host a free and fun workshop entitled “How To Activate Your Focus Skills” taught by Jon Sabati, Tech Coordinator at Konawaena Middle School. In this workshop, Sabati will cover the challenges we all have with focus, the whys of these challenges and have his Konawaena Middle School students demonstrate the exercises used to increase focus, listening and memory. Within the hour, expect to see an increase in your own active listening and recall skills!
This workshop will be held on Wednesday, March 8 from 5:30-6:30 pm at the Hawai’i Community College – Pālamanui and University Center campus in the Panini building, room B-126, 127. This island wide workshop will be video conferenced to the Manono campus room 388-103 for East Hawai’i students and residents.
RSVP is requested. Contact Carrie Kuwada-Phipps, University Center at firstname.lastname@example.org, 808-969-8808 to RSVP or for more information.