Which Door Will You Choose? Test Your Wit!
January 23, 2019 11:02 By Fabiosa
Although with the development of modern technologies where it’s never been easier to find answers to most questions, sometimes we face situations that require an instant reaction. That’s why it is crucial to be prepared to focus and make quick (and correct) decisions. However, the abundant information undermines our attention span and concentration levels, and we don’t even notice that! Therefore, it is very useful to check and exercise your ability to concentrate once in a while. And that’s exactly what we offer you to do right now.
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There are 3 doors in front of you. There is a fire behind the yellow door. On the other side of the red door, an armed hit-man is waiting to kill you. And behind the blue door, there is a bear that hasn’t been fed for more than a year. Which door will you choose?
Given it some thought?
Do you know which room is the safest to enter?
Let's find out!
Don’t worry if you didn’t get this one right. We have prepared a few attention-boosting tips.
For this task, you will need a partner. Prepare a mini-quiz with questions that need to be answered as fast as possible. In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, it will be much easier and more interesting to learn new things.
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Take a look at a stranger, then look away. Try to remember as many details about him or her: eye color, length of hair, clothes, and accessories. You can do the same with unfamiliar rooms.
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Turn on your favorite TV show and try to concentrate on the movement of the second hand on the clock. It will be quite difficult because the video will serve as a good distraction. This exercise will help improve your ability to concentrate.
Any task in which you need to find differences between identical pictures serves as great mind training. Such exercises help you to get used to processing large volumes of information and switching your attention.
Ask your partner to place certain items in a non-transparent bag. You get only a minute to look at them before they are hidden again. Try to remember all the item details and describe each of them in as much detail as possible.
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We hope these tips will help you become more attentive and focused. Do you have any secret exercises to train concentration?