Distractions cost businesses hundreds of thousands, even millions of dollars every single year.

The average person spends two to three hours every single day, either distracted or recovering from a distraction. You average that out over 12 months, and we’re talking 18 weeks – 18 business weeks, every single year that you are actually either distracted or recovering from a distraction.

If you want to learn how to get more done, you need to learn how to manage your distraction.

Emails, text messages, “Got a minute” meetings, phone calls, you name it.

Learn how to structure your day in a way that protects your time and your space. So you can get 18 weeks back and get the unfair advantage.

Manage your distractions.

Kerwin Rae

CEO and Founder at Business Mastery Pty Ltd
Kerwin Rae is a business strategist, high-performance specialist, and international speaker. He has studied and observed the psychology of performance for well over a decade now and how it translates to leadership, sales, relationships, mindset, and personal transformation.
Kerwin Rae

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