“To be effective, every knowledge worker, and especially every executive, needs to be able to dispose of time in fairly large chunks. To have small dribs and drabs of time at his disposal will not be sufficient even if the total is an impressive number of hours.”
Know Thy Time: Peter Drucker’s Strategy To Become More Effective
Darius Foroux

The internet, emails, texting, and social media are some examples which are halting our attention span.

The toxic habit with our muscle memory of taking out our smartphones at every predefined time interval to check what’s on our social media puts less priority to the tasks in front of us.

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