There are many good habits that can boost us in our professional career or simply in our daily activities. Motivation, organization, order, responsibility and even our posture … Today, filling our agenda with endless tasks to obtain recognition and demonstrate our capacity and performance has became obsolete. The main reason is that the scientific community equates the importance of the introduction of breaks to hours of practice. In this context, it is interesting to mention the study of the neurophysiologist Nathaniel Kleitman, where he reveals that for the most of population it is not possible to keep attention in a task beyond 90 minutes. After this time of concentration and intense work, cognition becomes impoverished. However, this ability to maintain attention and concentration can be trained, extended and, our performance, improved. In addition to the concentration, many of our abilities can be reinforced and improved with simple training.