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Disrupted Routines

Disrupted Routines

Our focus and attention span is our most important asset, and the constant disruptions keep derailing us from our activities, with our brains shifting and wandering all the time.

This is further compounded with the uncertainties of today, where finding peace and focusing our mind is fast becoming a luxury.

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