Stop... Focus... Breathe
The first and most important thing when doing a verbal command is to remember that you are the most important person right now.
You have an obligation to take care of yourself first, so you can be in your peak state to do what you need to do.
It’s easy to make everything else more important than you and your state of mind. Don’t listen to your thoughts, they are simply not true.
No matter what the situation, taking two minutes to get yourself into the proper state of mind is always going to benefit you, your situation and everyone else involved.
This might require you to take a quick five minute bathroom break to do a couple quick commands. Many users have reported using this strategy during intense moments at work or at family gatherings.
Here is a list of things to do that will improve your focus so you can do the breath sequence effectively.
Stop moving, stop talking, stop typing, stop scrolling, stop doing everything for two minutes.
Once you do the verbal command, forget about the information, situation or memory, focus on the breathing.
Use the breath video to get your timing accurate for the breath in, breath out and the holds.