Interruptions! Something We Can Count on Daily

Note: this is a guest-post by Mark Woods, presenter of the Activity Power webinar on September 21, and co-author of the book “Attack Your Day! Before It Attacks You.”

Interruptions come to us as part of our job. The last thing that any of us would ever want to do is eliminate necessary interruptions. They are necessary, that’s why we have been hired. What we want to do is focus on unnecessary interruptions, the ones that are trivial and have absolutely no payoff whatsoever. Continue reading Interruptions! Something We Can Count on Daily