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.
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