Whatever work you do: accountant, lawyer or developer etc., and wherever your work environment is, there’s a big chance that you have met distractions and struggled to stay focused at one point.
Distractions are everywhere: they could be external or internal distractions, and they could also be distractions that we can and cannot control.
Distractions are part of life. And this may sound contradictory, but I believe they can be a good thing in small doses. A little diversion during the day can help refresh your mind and prevent stress and burnout.
However, distractions become unhealthy when it’s starting to sabotage your productivity—when you start to take too much time dealing with less critical or even totally irrelevant activities.
Throughout a distraction-prone day, your focus is a crucial element that significantly impacts your performance and productivity.