…Create a Distraction

In case the title didn’t give it away this post has some ulterior motives, which is nothing new. I just decided to be upfront about it today to keep you guessing and on your toes. What those motives are is up to you to determine. (Yes, you.) Good luck. I’ve been feeling a bit distracted…

…get flappy

The world of procrastination was dealt a serious blow this weekend, when “Flappy Bird,” a rising star in the world of mobile games was wiped from existence. Citing the product’s addictive nature, the game’s creator, Dong Nguyen, has stood by his promise to remove the app from the App Store and says the game will be…

…crush it

When it comes to distraction, we all have our own weaknesses, but what happens when that time-suck becomes an addiction. They look just like the rest of us. They could be your neighbor, your friend, the kid who almost ran you over when they weren’t looking up while walking down the sidewalk

…watch where you’re going

In a world on the verge of being run by machines, you’d think we’d have invented one that tells us when we’re being stupid. Sadly, that’s still science fiction at this point, and we still have to turn to man, and even the government to protect us from ourselves. Just another case of “the man”…

…lose focus

Life is full of choices:  apple or orange, crunchy or creamy, paper or plastic.  Some are more challenging than others, but regardless of their degree of difficulty they must be made nonetheless. There are ways of simplifying the arrival at a decision.  You could make a pros and cons list, discuss the dilemma with a…

…encourage bad habits

Those looking for excuses to procrastinate at work, I have fuel for your fire. Surfing the Web may make you more productive. All employers reading this blog I would like to emphasize the word MAY. On to the facts: The most common form of procrastination at work is surfing the Web. Many businesses attempt to…