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We’ve all been there. A friend calls because she’s in the neighborhood and thought she’d stop by for a chat, and suddenly you have exactly two minutes to frantically dash around the house and throw socks under the couch cushions, toss papers and knick knacks
How do we prioritize what really matters and ensure that our top responsibilities receive A+ effort? See below for three more ways to help keep our minds focused, allowing us to work smarter, not harder.
16. Warm Up The Muscle
According to most of my attention rules,
September is the perfect month to refine your goals and with them, your focus. Let's continue setting distractions aside and reigning in our attention.
13 . Become An E-Mail Master
A few ways to do this:
Eliminate the expectation of immediate response times. The quicker you respond, typically
Resist distractions and "be all there" with these tips:
10. Write With Write Room
Microsoft Office is excellent for a lot of things. Staying focused, however, is not one of them. With so many button available to push, it's easy to be constantly interrupted. Write Room is
Hone your attention and get more accomplished with these distraction fighters:
7. Your Best For The Day’s Worst
When the workday “does it's worst”, tackle it with your very best. This means you should leave the emails for later and pound out the proposal now. The earlier
Here are four more ways to continue owning your attention and resisting distractions.
4. The Golden Rule Of Attention
This is the golden rule of attention: Interrupt Others as You’d Like to be Interrupted — which is never while you’re hard at work. Though we all like exchanging
Quick. Check your pockets and your purse. Take a look all around you. Check under the cushions and retrace your steps, because something very valuable is being stolen from you.
It's not your wallet or your phone, your credit cards or your identity. It's something worth
I am the only child of one very strong, beautiful woman, and the only grandchild of a woman with an equally admirable inner character. Growing up it was just the three of us learning at certain times how to survive and at other times how
Continued from the Series: "I's" of Prioritize
In prioritizing your time, the first consideration is a task's immediacy. You may think, and rightly so, that if you only do what's necessary right now, your actions will always be completely reactionary. Plus, "failing to plan is planning
With the first month of 2012 behind us, how are those resolutions going? Do you feel guilty because you’ve decided that it’s just too much to organize your whole house, take up yoga, get promoted at work, journal every day, AND lose at least 10