The Dangers of Distraction (via The Northwind)

I’ve been struggling with distraction for a while. It’s driving me mad. There are so many things I want to accomplish (that’s part of the problem) all of which I consider important. I’m having trouble putting priority on them, planning and putting in the action. I need a distraction free environment to pursue my distractions.

I think distraction is important. Not least of all distraction is a stress relief tool, it keeps us sane, rational and level; able to think things through from a more realistic perspective because we've been away from the problem. Most of the things we need to focus on are taxing on some level, the more effort we put in, the more our thought processes are made ever increasingly task-centric. It's important for us to shut out the periphery and ded … Read More

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