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This is not a productivity book. This is about how we manage our brain and our emotions and what we end up doing as a result. It covers a lot of info on how we process information, emotions and debunks a lot of myths around productivity and how much screens are truly stealing our attention. It covers your personal life, but also the workplace, relationships and children and devices. It's super comprehensive and you can download a practical workbook on the author's website. This is one of the best book I've read this year. It's accessible, not pedantic, data driven and inspiring. What are you waiting for.
”If we want to master distraction, we must learn to deal with discomfort”
Every distraction we allow into our lives is alleviating the discomfort of anxiety or other stressors in our work and/or personal life. As a famous organization says, the first step is admitting you have a problem. Nir Eyal gives us a comprehensive overview of the psychology of distraction and how to manage both internal and external stressors.
I can’t do justice to his writing in a single review, but much effort is focused on changing how we think about things. Simple changes of thought such as, “it’s been two hours since I’ve had coffee” can be replaced with “I’ll have an opportunity for coffee in an hour.” From abstinence to anticipation is some of the fine tuning that can change our view of ourselves and our stressors and help alleviate the anxiety that precludes distraction.
Self-care/compassion are crucial parts of this as well and not being a harsh self-critic. As with anything worth doing, these exercises will take some time and refinement to determine how they best work for you.
Eyal provides nuts and bolts steps to take to minimize distraction to accompany his theory. The book is packed with quick steps to reclaim your time. First and foremost is a time old habit of getting a calendar and using it. Timeboxing, setting aside time for any activity, is the foundation for making ourselves more present in our professional and personal lives. Apps and programs that disable push notifications or emails are mentioned aplenty in this book. One has numerous options to choose from. Focused workers are more productive. Distracted workers make errors that must be corrected; adding costs to the organization. In some professions, such as health care, errors can be deadly. Finding our focus is important in every field for a variety of reasons.
They chapters are short and easy to read (10 minutes at most) and get right to the point with regards to concretes steps to take to reclaim your focus. Eyal often uses himself as an example of the pitfalls of distraction which provides a powerful first-person testimony for using the tools provided.
this book had some great tips on ways to improve the every distractions from life. Am enjoying putting them into practice and achieving better time management results as well as clearing important tasks much faster