Often people are told to stop daydreaming. It is thought people may daydream because they are lacking in sleep. Image Credits
I remember when I was at school if a student wasn’t paying attention and daydreaming – something thrown at them would normally bring them back to reality!! There is definitely a time for daydreaming – because it is noticeable and can be very rude if done at the wrong time – which is why people say: “stop daydreaming!”
However, it is not like people decide to daydream – often it just happens and when someone alerts you to the fact that you are daydreaming this is your first realisation.
If daydreaming is a problem for you maybe prepare yourself before you attend a meeting, or interview of consultation with another. Make sure you get some fresh air, eat something nutritional, take a walk and give yourself some mental instructions, like: it is important you stay alert. If necessary maybe you could write it subtlety somewhere to remind you constantly. For some people it is not easy to stay alert – it is challenging.
Another progression could be to mentally think about your sleeping patterns and what is going on in your world at present and what you could do to free your mind.