- Intensity, as an ideal or virtue, concerns putting your whole attention completely into the task at hand.
- Intensity takes place entirely in task attention, which concerns only the present moment.
- Creative work takes place when task attention enters a cloud of unknowing.
- Most fundamental act of intensity, which shapes task attention, is committing fully to the task at hand.
- Working with intensity means unitasking.
- Multitasking is a myth, and it lowers your IQ.
- Task attention concerns what is real, what really exists.
- Predictive attention concerns the unreal.
- Mindfulness is an exercise of task attention.
- Mindfulness turns off your predictive attention.