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What You Need to Know about Distractions By Nehha S Kotharie Soft Skills Trainer,Graphologist

What You Need to Know about Distractions

By Nehha S Kotharie 

Soft Skills Trainer,Graphologist




Is distraction a curse or a blessing? Not giving full attention to what we should be doing makes us miss deadlines, fail classes, and crash into other drivers. Distraction certainly has a price. Nonetheless, we love our distractions! 


Our brains have a limited ability to focus. We can’t pay attention to everything around us all at once so we must choose what to focus on. For example, we may choose to focus on work while struggling to resist more interesting distractions.

Distraction is “the process of interrupting attention” and “a stimulus or task that draws attention away from the task of primary interest.”1 In other words, distractions draw us away from what we want to do, whether it’s to accomplish a task at home or work, enjoy time with a loved one, or do something for ourselves.


If distraction becomes a habit, we are unable to sustain the focus required for creativity in our professional and personal lives. Worse, if we are constantly pulled away from friends and family by distractions, we miss out on cultivating the relationships we need for our psychological well-being.


­čö╣It's normal to be distracted. That's how we're built. The ability to react instantaneously to noise, to movement, to the appearance of other people was for our ancestors the key to survival in the wilderness. 

 

­čö╣Prevention is the best strategy. We find it hard to resist distractions, so it's best to avoid them altogether. Yeah, we can heroically fight the urge to read a new letter, and we might even be able to do it. However, it is much more reliable to simply turn off notifications about new emails. 

 

­čö╣There are no 100% effective methods. Every method of dealing with distractions is unreliable in its own way.

 

­čö╣Combating distractions is unthinkable without planning. Distractions can only be prevented by planned work.

 

­čö╣Prioritizing is the main "insurance" against distractions. As we work, our attention span inevitably decreases: we get tired and distracted more often. Therefore it is better to perform all the most important tasks at the very beginning.


Nehha S Kotharie 

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What You Need to Know about Distractions

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Soft Skills Trainer,Graphologist

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