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“We willingly accept the loss of concentration and focus, the division of our attention and the fragmentation of our thoughts, in return for the wealth of compelling or at least diverting information we receive."
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This requires acknowledging that we have a limit on how much mental work we can accomplish in a day or week.
We are flooded with tons of information and requests, and we feel compelled to read and respond at all hours of the day and night.
These unhealthy habits limit more than we realize our ability to do more great work.
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Organize your day around your physical and mental energy. And do more of what works for yo...
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