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  1. Dasha
    March 1, 2013

    A couple of weeks ago we ran a survey on working habits with 2,000 respondents, and one of the questions addressed productivity killer. Interruptions turned out to be the absolute winner. 39% of male respondents and 44% of female respondents named them the main hindrance to their productivity (http://www.wrike.com/blog_images/339507/Wrike_infographic_men_and_women_workstyles.jpg) Procrastination and inaccurate plans were also in top 3.

    And speaking of ways to beat interruptions – I think that first of all you need to start from those that you can control. For instance, resist the temptation to check out a friend’s new photos on Facebook :) With work-related interruptions, it’s trickier, but the key thing is to get back on track after you switched tasks.

  2. Edward Villanueva
    December 28, 2012

    The hallmark of a successful entrepreneur is the ability to delegate. Working on a difficult or boring chore quickly saps your energy and enthusiasm. Admit that you’re not an expert at everything! Give the job to the real experts. They can do it more easily and cost-effectively, and you can get back to doing what you do best.

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