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Shows to Binge During the Pandemic That Aren't 'Breaking Bad' or 'Fleabag'

If you feel like you've already seen everything, here are some under-the-radar TV options to tide you over as we weather coronavirus together.

Kenny Herzog

· 5 min read

How to Stop Your Mind from Wandering

Time and stress can lead to distractions, but only if you let them.

Nadine Greiner, Ph.D.

· 5 min read

Eliminate Digital Distractions and Get More Done with This Mac App

Silence notifications, websites, apps, and more to create your ideal work environment.

Entrepreneur Store

· 2 min read

Become 'Indistractable' By Making Work Your Playground

A new book offers insights on overcoming the master source of all distractions.

Devishobha Chandramouli

· 4 min read

How Entrepreneurs Can Start Benefiting From Social Media Batching

Batching solves the problem of social media distractions without giving up social media

John Rampton

· 10 min read

8 Bad Habits That Aren't So Bad After All

Few things are all good or all bad, including most habits.

John Rampton

· 6 min read

John Rampton

· 11 min read

Your Distractions Are Killing You -- and Your Bottom Line

These three simple tricks will transform the way you work.

Paul Blanchard

· 5 min read

Why Entrepreneurs Are Constantly Distracted (and 6 Ways to Fight Back)

Once thrown off track, a worker needs 23 minutes, on average, to get back to the original task. What could you have done in that 23 minutes?

Anna Johansson

· 5 min read

4 Ways You Can Maximize Your Time

You maximize productivity by minimizing the nonsense that distracts you.

Timothy Sykes

· 5 min read

5 Ways to Stay Focused in a Distracted World

If you're a prisoner up for parole, you'd better hope that your judge has recently had a break and isn't distracted.

Syed Balkhi

· 5 min read

Interruptions Are Inevitable, but With These Strategies, You Can Quickly Regain Focus

The ability to get your mind swiftly back on the project at hand is the next best thing to not being interrupted in the first place.

John Rampton

· 4 min read