Interruptions are a part of everyone’s daily work life and they aren’t all equal.
You always have too much to do and not enough time to do it. Interruptions can be hard to brush off so most of us drop what we are doing and take care of the interruption and then try to get back on task. It can be the same person repeatedly getting your attention, or emails, phone calls, etc. and can feel like a constant stream of interruptions. This video reviews how to identify these time bandits and how to identify your own attitude about being interrupted.
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