It’s like if you were to go into work one morning, excited to work on your latest project and get it out the door before your vacation the next week.

It’s like if you sat down at your chair and turned on your computer only to have the fire alarm in the building go off.

It’s like not being allowed back into the building after the evacuation is done.

It’s like being sent home, because the building won’t be open for the rest of the day.

Distractions. It’s those little things that prevent you from getting stuff done.


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