Always Working? Then You’re Not Working Well

Our permanent ambient workload is not efficient.

Source: blogs.hbr.org

Each time we shift our focus, it sets our brain back, creating “a cumulative attention debt, resulting in a harried workforce incapable of producing sustained burst of creative energy”.

Being constantly connected means that we’re “always at work”.  It also means that we’re “never at work” — fully.


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