Distractions

Social Media

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Batching solves the problem of social media distractions without giving up social media

8 Bad Habits That Aren't So Bad After All

Few things are all good or all bad, including most habits.

The #1 Secret to Amazing Time and Calendar Management

There is no making up for lost time.

Your Distractions Are Killing You -- and Your Bottom Line

These three simple tricks will transform the way you work.

Why Entrepreneurs Are Constantly Distracted (and 6 Ways to Fight Back)

Once thrown off track, a worker needs 23 minutes, on average, to get back to the original task. What could you have done in that 23 minutes?

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