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Why Distraction Is Not Your Enemy

Mind Wandering — Pic by Christian Fregnan

We live in an era of distraction.

Teachers, researchers, and productivity experts love to remind us of our inability to stay focused. Technology seems to be “eroding human memory,” “creating irreparable damage to brain functioning,” or “diminishing our ability to do deep work.”

Either you are focused, or you are wasting your time, they tell you.

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Gustavo Razzetti

Gustavo Razzetti

I help teams and organizations build fearless cultures. Creator of the Culture Design Canvas. Insights → www.fearlessculture.design/blog

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