The Cost of Interruptions

How distractions can destroy a business

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Between task overloading and interruptions, companies are losing massive amounts of money, and people are downright exhausted. Multitasking efforts are dangerous, and the idea humans are built to manage mountains of work is destroys self-confidence and worth.

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Pamela Hazelton

Pamela Hazelton

Avid writer, marketer & business consultant. // Reward yourself a little every day. 🆆🅾🆁🅺 + 🅻🅸🅵🅴 🅱🅰🅻🅰🅽🅲🅴