There are so many distractions in our daily lives that we almost forgot that they exist.
They may seem harmless, such as the listen to some music, the constant messaging on the phone or the habitual scroll through social media, but over time, they take away more and more of your precious resource, your time.
Distractions prevent us from putting our fullest attention to a single task, it removes us from being able to completely delve into a certain job that is needed to be done, only allowing our brain to perform the most basic of functionalities.
By being distracted, we reduce the quality of our focus, shifting our minds from one activity to another without spending ample time in either.
Thus, our quality of work deteriorates.
So, how do we remove such distractions from our lives?
First, recognise that you are distracted.