The Distraction Cycle

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Distraction is one of the most significant and constant enemies of productivity. Some estimates say it can take as much as 23 minutes to get refocused on a task after a distraction. Obviously, in certain workplaces prone to frequent distractions, that can eat up the bulk of a day if not controlled.

Source: Sylfida / shutterstock Workers at Home Also Subject to Distraction

While many proponents of remote work argue that workplace distractions should naturally decrease with employees working from home offices during the COVID-19 pandemic, anyone with a home office—and especially those with children at home because

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