As an ambitious person you’re eager to make an impact. You’re trying to do your best work, but you keep getting interrupted all day long. At 6 pm you feel like you haven't made enough progress on that marketing campaign and end the day feeling deflated and defeated by your workload.
The only solution you see is to get into the office early and leave late at night, basically creating an additional working day outside of the regular office hours. This is not the solution. It will burn you out and you’re not solving the root cause:
A sequence of small distractions is what causes chaotic days where you feel stressed and overwhelmed.
This guide will help you take back control by reducing distractions and giving you more focus so you can get more done in a day. I’ll teach you how to design your (digital) workspace to have notifications work for you, instead of distracting you like a slot machine.
I also used to be distracted easily, but with the small changes described in this guide, I was able to break the habit.
Minimise smartphone distractions
Learn how to reduce smartphone distractions in practical tips to get more meaningful work done.
Minimise desktop distractions
Practical tips to reduce digital distractions during work to get more uninterrupted work time.
Minimise distracting others
Practical tips to reduce distraction between people. We'll focus on what you can do to reduce distracting others and be respectful of their time.
How to set up communication guidelines
Inspiration to set up communication guidelines for digital work to reduce stress and manage expectations on when a response is expected.
Communication best practices
Best practices and guidelines on how to communicate over most used channels, e.g. phone, email, chat, etc.