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7. Control Your Internal Distractions

7. Control Your Internal Distractions

Internal distractions are one of those problems you can’t really run away from. You need to find ways to prepare your mind for work, and find simple ways to keep it from straying to non-essential thoughts in order to learn how to not get distracted.

There are a few types of internal distractions:

  • Priority Chaos. One of the most common distractions we encounter is that we have too many options on hand. This can cause priority chaos.
  • Short & Long Term Mismatch. Our brains are not good at evaluating and comparing short term and long term benefits.


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Don’t get distracted. Instead, use some of the tips below to win back your focus and overcome distractions. Your productivity will thank you.

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