Mindful Productivity in a World of Interruption
We live in a world that interrupts us every five minutes. Those interruptions steal our focus and shift our mindset to accomplishing more rather than on what matters more. And that's a big problem.
These interruptions are happening so frequently that they just become noise. But here's the thing. Technology, social media and the Internet can do one of two things: distract us or attract us to what we really want out of life. Through this world of interruption, a new age of mindfulness -- married with proper use of systems and technology -- is on the horizon. Instead of productivity being at the forefront, mindful productivity will take its place.
In this panel the idea of mindful productivity in a world full of interruption is explored through the discussion of tactics, tips, and tools. Technology plays a role in this process, and how it can help (and harm) usher in the era of mindful productivity.
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- How can I focus properly on what I need to do and still keep in mind what I really want to do?
- How can technology work for me rather than against me in my plight to get more of the right things done?
- What are some of the ways you keep distractions and/or disruptions either at bay or from having a larger impact on your productivity than they should?
- I've tried a bunch of "lifehacks" to get me on track but none of them seem to stick over the long haul. Are there any strategies you use that have a longer shelf life and would resonate a lot deeper with me?
- What do you when you feel that you're slipping out of being mindfully productive and back into "basic" productivity mode?
- Mike Vardy Productivityist
- Marc Chernoff Marc and Angel Hack Life
- Angel Chernoff Marc and Angel Hack Life
- Craig Jarrow Time Management Ninja
Mike Vardy Productivityist
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