Category Archives : Interrupting


Research on Interruptions

In other posts on this blog, I lament the lack of proper research in the entire field of time management, but recently I did come across the following paper that describes some empirical results in a study of interruptions. The original article that quoted the study was  from the New York Times, and it’s entitled […]


Where Your Eyes Go Your Attention Flows 5

By special guest blogger — Andre Kibbe of Tools for Thought (Tools-for-Thought.com) A great strategy for maintaining focus is to to set up visual cues that return your attention to your intention. Cues can take many forms: a photograph that represents some component of your ideal lifestyle, a written goal, an entry on your calendar, […]