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How To Stay Focused in a Distracting World

John Hall

Productivity

Monday, August 24th, 2020

How To Stay Focused in a Distracting World

It doesn’t take much for us to get distracted. Whether it’s smartphone notification, birds chirping outside, or a co-worker asking if you have a minute, distractions are everywhere. But, is that necessarily a bad thing. We can only focus for so long. In fact, we’re programmed to lose focus to keep us safe. Thanks to […]

How to Improve Your Attention Management

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Productivity

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

How to Improve Your Attention Management

Attention management, according to speaker, trainer, and author Maura Thomas, “offers the ability to consciously direct your attention in any given moment, to be more proactive than reactive.” It’s also about maintaining “control rather than inadvertently” relinquishing it. “It’s about regaining control over your attention and thereby taking control of your life,” she adds. In […]

10 Ways You Can Help Your Team Avoid Distractions

John Hall

Productivity

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

10 Ways You Can Help Your Team Avoid Distractions

No matter how hard you try, you’re bound to get distracted sometime during the workday. One study from Poly found that 99 percent of employees report they get distracted while working at their personal workspace. And, when a team member gets distracted — productivity suffers. While there are distractions that you have no power over, there […]

Guide to a Distraction Free Workplace as a Freelancer

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Productivity

Friday, May 10th, 2019

Guide to a Distraction Free Workplace as a Freelancer

As a freelancer, you need copious amounts of discipline and focus. But as someone who naturally finds it challenging to stay on-task, is it possible to develop the right rhythms and processes to carve out a successful career? Having a distraction free workplace as a freelancer may seem impossible. Today we will teach you how […]

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