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Category: Digital Media, Psychology

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4 Responses to “How to Focus in the Age of Distraction”

  1. PeterR says:

    Duh, and the name of the illustration is “How to Focus in the Age of Distraction” ???

    What do you call it when an illustration demonstrates exactly the opposite of the point it is trying to make?

    NOT !!!

    Here is how you focus in the age of distraction:

    . . . . . . . .

    (then turn off all electrical and battery-operated devices, and go for a walk outdoors on this beautiful day)

    Breathe in then breathe out!

    Repeat above until you are focused.

  2. [...] From Barry Ritholtz at The Big Picture — How to Focus in the Age of Distraction [...]

  3. ilsm says:

    Read BofA’s statement about their impending contraction and wonder what is “truth”.