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The copious amounts of email in your inbox have had a lot of press lately including the New York Times and a segment on NPR. The gist of it: there is too much and its distracting you from getting your work done.
Another NYT article focuses on a frightening statistic: 28% of the time the American worker is distracted by non-urgent matters or recovering from a distraction.
Just between writing those two sentences, took three minutes.
Before I was at Microsoft, I read a previous article about distraction (Meet the Life Hackers) leading to an experiment with the team I was managing. For a week, I ask them to
I told them if I really needed them I would walk the 25 feet to their desk. Yes, our email piled up a bit, but we were no longer addicted to it. Also, many questions asked were answered by someone else. For Outlook you can see how to turn on and off email notifications or watch a demo.
Because sometimes you just need six minutes to get something done.
Like write a blog entry. --Doug
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