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  • Kimberly Broz

    How to focus in the age of distraction - great info graphic for time management, organization, daily schedule

  • Joey Ng

    "How to focus in the age of distraction" #digital #socialmedia #Twitter #Facebook

  • Kings Tutors

    Student Study Techniques - Get Rid of Those Distractions!

  • Hannah Mische Beisang

    Fun, colorful Mind Map reminds us what we all know but often fail to practice-- HOW TO FOCUS IN THE AGE OF DISTRACTION -- by @JaneGenovese for @Shaun Tenney publication @NTENChange (NonProfit Technology Network) ~~ Illustrates how to stay focused when necessary, how to refresh with tech breaks, and how to prioritize, reflect and review. #mindmap #infographic #how_to #illustration

  • Robin McCall

    Focus-how to stay focused in the age of distraction - Mind Map from Learning Fundamentals

  • Open Social Mind

    Too much social media may be very distracting. Have a look to this mind-map that will help you to stay focused on your daily duties!

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The How to Focus Mind Map will help you to create habits and rituals for mixing tasks and leisure, including managing time spent online and offline and scheduling tasks. In addition the mind map explores managing your space, clearing other distractions and doing one thing at a time.

Positive distractions--they might not all work, especially if you have more than just "the blues," but it's a start when you don't know where to start or what to do.

Mindmapping is a very serious and well researched subject, or art … or something . Whatever it is a map of the mind is definately something to be

Tuesday Ten: Tips to Improve Your Focus

Mindmap: Use Free form or structured starting point(choices, values. . . )clients determine categories that are personally relevant

Pinning this just for the image. Going to check out the science notebooking site next.

Let's Collaborate - letter to staff to remind them the librarian is available and excited to collaborate (good inspiration for next year)