The professional environment makes permanent and intensive demands on your attention and concentration. To respond to these demands, you need to keep your mind permanently alert. Bach flowers can help you increase your concentration at the times when you must need it.

Lacking focus at work

You are not able to see your projects or ideas through to the end without your mind setting off along new avenues. You can’t finish what you have begun. Your thoughts often lack structure and this can be seen in your working life. You need to find a logic and inner organisation.

Our advice

Taking the combination elixir CONCENTRATION will help your mind to focus on your activities and the tasks you undertake. It will help you give structure to your thoughts and actions.

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Difficulties maintaining your attention in meetings

Work meetings are sometimes long and you tend to let your mind and imagination wander off, which can be seen negatively by the people attending the meeting and who point it out to you.

Our advice

Take the combination elixirs CONCENTRATION and ENERGY. Take CONCENTRATION to promote a longer attention span during your meetings. For times when you feel your mind lacks vivacity, use the ENERGY spray directly to recover immediate vitality. You can complete the effect of the elixir with the ENERGY roll-on to be applied before and during meetings if possible, to maintain mental freshness.

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Stay concentrated during interviews

If you can’t stay concentrated during interviews, whether for a new job, performance reviews or others, it is due to difficulties organising your thoughts and ideas, but it also comes from your difficulty keeping calm.

Our advice

Take the elixir CONCENTRATION during all the period of your interviews so that your ideas connect together as well as possible and your concentration is optimal. Before the interview, use the URGENCY spray to keep calm and to be as precise as possible. You can also apply the URGENCY roll-on before but also after the interview, to bring down the pressure once you have finished.

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