Just watched this video about why work often doesn't actually happen at the office.  The central

Just watched this video about why work often doesn’t actually happen at the office.  The central problem is that there are far too many distractions in a day and people work in different ways so hours go by and people are just not very productive.  

I love the idea of “no talking” time and although I am the only person in my office, calls, IMs and unnecessary apps open on my laptop can really interfere with my productivity.  A lot of this is more about my self-discipline but these are great principles to bear in mind.

Jason Fried: Why work doesn’t happen at work | Video on TED.com

Paul

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  1. Wow, she must be getting more and more wild. She used to be conservative about what she showed off (from what she’s said in interviews).

  2. Wow, she must be getting more and more wild. She used to be conservative about what she showed off (from what she’s said in interviews).

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