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Are you bored all the time? Do you find yourself reaching for your phone or turning on the TV to pass the time? If so, it’s time to reconsider your attitude toward boredom. The truth is that you are not bored, you’re preoccupied.

Getting caught up in a cycle of distractions in today’s fast-paced world is easy. We’re constantly bouncing from social media to the news to video games to junk food, all in an attempt to distract ourselves from the pain that life brings. But here’s the thing: distractions are limited in number and are only temporary solutions that provide temporary relief. And once the distraction is gone, the discomfort we were trying to avoid returns.

Your potential, on the other hand, is limitless. It is not something that can be depleted or depleted. It’s always there, just waiting for you to tap into it. Instead of constantly seeking distractions, why not confront the discomfort head-on? Instead of distracting yourself, try to embrace the discomfort.

It’s time to turn boredom into an opportunity. An opportunity to realise your full potential, explore your interests, learn something new, and develop as a person. Distractions may provide temporary relief but will never give you the same sense of fulfilment and growth as facing and overcoming discomfort.

So, the next time you’re bored, remember that it’s not the boredom you’re experiencing and it’s a diversion. Instead of looking for a distraction, try tapping into your potential and seeing where it leads you. You might be surprised at your abilities.