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What is Distraction?

What is Distraction?

Distraction is the process of diverting the attention of an individual or group from a desired area of focus and thereby blocking or diminishing the reception of desired information. Distraction is caused by: the lack of ability to pay attention; lack of interest in the object of attention; or the great intensity, novelty or attractiveness of something other than the object of attention.


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The Two Types of Distractions

  1. Internal Distraction
  2. External Distraction


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Internal Distraction

Internal Distraction

Internal distraction is a distraction you have inside your brain. It refers to mental blocks that hold you back from staying focused. What are these blocks? Being able to choose. The most common distraction we encounter is that we have too many options in hand. Ever think of why it’s so easy to start and finish a movie on a plane? It’s because your options are limited. You have limited motive options to choose from.


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External Distraction

External Distraction

External distraction is a kind of distraction that is pushed to you externally. Examples include emails and messages notifications, and people coming to you when you’re in the middle of a task.


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How to Tackle Distractions and Stay Focused

Step 1: Eliminate Your Options

Step 2: Create Mental Stop Signs

Sign 3: Control Your Focus Environment


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Eliminate Your Options

Eliminate Your Options

As mentioned in the previous section, your internal distraction is usually overlooked. So how not to let yourself get distracted by too many options? Narrow down or eliminate your options. For example, if you’re in your room and have the option to turn on the TV, pick up your phone to play with or grab the bag of chips on your desk to start snacking, get rid of them. You can hide the remote control, turn your mobile off, and put the chips in the kitchen or anywhere that doesn’t take you 20 seconds to reach.


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Create Mental Stop Signs

Create Mental Stop Signs

In this highly connected world, lots of things can serve you 24/7 and give you endless information and resources. Take YouTube, for example, it is always recommending you the next video whenever you’ve finished one. If you don’t stop yourself before playing the next recommended video, you’ll be watching YouTube for as long as you will. So in order to regain your focus, create mental stop signs. A typical stop sign is a time limit. You set a time limit for whatever you do.


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Control Your Focus Environment

Control Your Focus Environment

It’s human nature to be triggered by our five senses constantly. Here’s how our attention is affected by our five senses:

● Sound (e.g. chit chat, pets, white noise, music)

● Touch (e.g the comforts of your chair, your clothes, cleanliness of the table)

● Sight (e.g your screen, your wallpaper, your environment, your peripheral vision)

● Smell (e.g. the smell of coffee, the smell of nature)

● Taste (e.g. the aftertaste in your mouth, what you’re eating or chewing) If you want to stay focused, pick a place where your attention won’t be triggered by any of these five senses easily.


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Take Control of Your Time. If your unproductive days are starting to win over your productive ones, it’s time to figure out where your distractions originate and put a stop to them.


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