Do You Know The Opportunity Cost For Not Being Present?
Laila Zouaki

Well said. I wanted to clap after the first five sentences. In this world of bombardment and distraction, I witness relationships suffering from distraction. My siblings and I have a pact that when we are on the phone, we are not doing tasks that will split our attention. We may take that time to go for a walk or sit outside and just listen to each other. It’s amazing how much closer we get when we have real conversations with each.

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