Distracted every 10 minutes
On average, employees who do the majority of their work on computers are distracted almost every ten minutes.
Most of the interruptions are external - an incoming email or a colleague stopping by to chat. But a significant proportion also comes from the individuals who voluntarily switch tasks.
“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” - one of my favourite quotes about teasm, by Luccock
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