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Presence in the Time of Distraction: 17 Tools to Try

Eddie Chan June 1952 Presence Over Distraction

Before I began to write this blog post, I peeked in at Facebook, checked my email, and, while my internet browser was open, clicked on a “pre-black-Friday” coupon from Macy’s and ordered some Christmas gifts. I’ve done this same routine a half-dozen times, conflicted between my desire to focus on the topic de jour (presence) […]

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Size Doesn’t Matter

Some folks may see pockets hidden clutter - junk drawers, messy closets, and un-filed papers as no big deal and part of living an average life.    Who cares, right?  But what if I told you that each pocket of clutter I am accepting as “normal” was what was really distracting me from my best work?

Some folks may see pockets hidden clutter – junk drawers, messy closets, and un-filed papers as no big deal and part of living an average life. Who cares, right? But what if I told you that each pocket of clutter I am accepting as “normal” was what was really distracting me from my best work?

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