The Art Of Killing Distractions

  • Silencing your phone during work hours
  • Letting co-workers/friends know before you start a focus intensive task so they know not to disturb you unless it’s an emergency
  • Start a “distraction count” and try to limit the number of times you’re absentmindedly distracted
  • Deleting apps you know aren’t good for you
  • If you can’t find a way in which they make your life better, it’s probably a good idea to delete the service.
  • Keeping yourself spread out over 5–10 social media accounts can be mentally exhausting and not worth the time investment.
  • Determine the helpful features of your social media platforms and use them appropriately.
  • Chunking your distraction time will help you curb your usage and minimize wasted time on your distractions.

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Systems Social Impact + Web3 Economics + Personal Development & Spirituality. Any questions? Hit me up afrench@designunity.one

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Adam French

Adam French

Systems Social Impact + Web3 Economics + Personal Development & Spirituality. Any questions? Hit me up afrench@designunity.one