Monday, October 22, 2018

Distractions and Work

shallow focus photography of woman holding clear plastic disposable drinking cup while using smartphone

As you plan - and proceed through - your day, distinguish between the distractions and the work. Although some are, not all distractions are bad. They may involve learning or the nurturing of relationships, but they are not the core work that needs to be done that day. 

[It is possible that an item which was a distraction one day will be part of work the next or vice-versa.]

Give the core work tasks at least 90 percent of your time. The work days that you regret are the ones where the distractions have consumed most of your time.

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