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Don't lose sight of what counts most: your work.
Here's how to shed a few hours staring at your screen without going crazy.
Chances are, your executives think things are fine on the noise/distraction front, but employees don't agree.
Are you a 'yes' man? Don't be. Do you listen to too many people? Don't do that, either.
Smartphones are here to stay. So are the distractions they pose. What are you doing to maintain productivity?
Smartphones? Email? Dogs in the office? Believe it or not, these things can actually encourage more, not less, work.
Distractions can be … hold on, I got a text.
Household distractions may be diverting your mental energy. Turn off the TV and tune in to these ideas for improving attention.
Deep focus is the superpower of the 21st century. If you can harness it, you'll possess a power that most no longer have.
Blinking LED lights are now being placed in the ground at busy intersections for people who look down at their devices while walking.
It's possible that a few lucky people are born productive, but for most of us, it's a learned skill set.
A New Jersey lawmaker has put forward a bill that stipulates pedestrians with their faces in their phones will pay a fine of $50 or spend up to 15 days in jail.
Becoming more productive starts with accepting the harsh truth that you likely waste just as much time as everyone else.