Okay, so we can’t always be super productive but, right now, are you distracted or merely taking a break?
Both activities have a place in our schedule and offer benefits in their way.
Benefits of being distracted:
1) We give our mind a rest from the task before us;
2) A change of attention could spark a creative connection useful for whatever we were working on before;
3) We might discover the activity we have been distracted from was not that important. Maybe we were doing it just for the sake of doing it.
The benefits of taking a break are well-noted. A new perspective, some fresh air and a bit of exercise wake up our senses, putting us in a better position to renew our work after the break.
So, right now, are you distracted or merely taking a break? Is reading this post a distraction or a moment of relaxation?
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Brian Groves DipM MCIM Chartered Marketer, Coach, Trainer and Author, supplies professional and personal development to a portfolio of corporate and individual clients.
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